THOUSANDS of music fans will head to Scarborough today for a concert by hip-hop trio N-Dubz.
The band are set to perform at the Open Air Theatre tonight, headlining what will be a festival of urban music.
Rising star Clement Marfo, who has been dubbed the new Professor Green, is one of the support acts and will be joined by artists including Bigz, Kayne, Duchess, Rascals and Encore.
N-Dubz are one of the hottest acts in British music and packed out arenas across the country on their recent tour.
The band comprises controversial Dino “Dappy” Contostavlos and Richard “Fazer” Rawson, both 24, and 22-year-old female vocalist Tulisa Contostavlos, who is set to be one of the judges on the upcoming series of the X Factor.
The concert, promoted by Scarborough-based firm Entourage Global, is the second show to take place at the Open Air Theatre this year, following Elton John’s performance at the beginning of June