Various road closures have been confirmed by South Ayrshire Council ahead of this weekend's Pavilion Festival.

The Ayr music event is set to bring thousands of visitors to the area, with the town's centre and shore area expected to be very busy.

The road closures order commences on April 28, 2023 and has a maximum duration of fourdays or until the event has ended, whichever is earlier.

The order's restrictions will be implemented only when the appropriate signs are displayed.

Emergency services access will not be affected.

Here are all the details.

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Road Closures – no access for unauthorised vehicles:

Esplanade from Blackburn Drive to Charlotte Street;

Blackburn Drive from Esplanade to Blackburn Road;

Pavilion Road/Wellington Square South from Esplanade to Alloway Place;

Bath Place/Wellington Square North from Esplanade to Fort Street;

St Germain-En-Laye between Bath Place and Pavilion Road;

Queens Terrace Lane from Bath Place to Charlotte Street;

Queens Terrace from Bath Place to Charlotte Street;

Cassillis Street/Wellington Square/Wellington Lane from Charlotte Street Lane to the corner at 16 Wellington Lane.

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Road Closures – no access for unauthorised vehicles with the exception of residents:

Wellington Lane from Alloway Place to the corner at 16 Wellington Lane;

Park Terrace from Alloway Place;

Alloway Place Lane from Wellington Lane;

Alloway Park from Alloway Place;

Fairfield Road from Racecourse Road;

Savoy Park from Racecourse Road;

Wheatfield Road from Racecourse Road;

Blackburn Road from Westfield Road to Blackburn Drive;

Blackburn Drive from Seafield Road to Blackburn Road.

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No waiting at any time

Racecourse Road/Alloway Place from Seafield Road to Wellington Square North;

Seafield Road from Racecourse Road to Blackburn Drive;

Blackburn Road from Blackburn Drive to Racecourse Road;

Esplanade from Charlotte Street to South Harbour Street;

South Harbour Street from Esplanade to New Bridge Street.

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The event takes place on the Low Green on Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30.