Don't Let Daddy Know Scotland is the UK edition of the global EDM and big-room house brand.
Having taken Edinburgh by storm for the past two years, the night has already gained a renowned reputation in the Scottish capital, thanks to it's on-point lineups and immense production levels.
Since starting in Ibiza five years ago, DLDK has gone onto host parties across the world (from Hong Kong to Amsterdam), and has showcased some of the world's best artists, such as Martin Garrix, Tiësto and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
The lineup is yet to be announced. The last lineup included Bassjackers, Laidback Luke, Nicky Romero and Showtek.
The Royal Highland Centre is a large indoor and outdoor events centre in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. The centre showcases concerts and conferences throughout the year.
If you are flying to Edinburgh, the city centre is just 20 minutes away by the number 100 bus. Alternatively, tram T50 will take you into the city centre in 35 minutes. A taxi will take just 15 minutes but will cost more.
The city is also easily accessible by rail and coach from the rest of the UK. A direct train from London takes around five hours.
The Royal Highland Centre is close to the airport and is served by bus numbers 38, 38A, 20, 21A, X6, 20, X20, X21, X22, 21, 22, 900, 904, 909, 100 and M8. Tram T50 also passes nearby.
You can also take a taxi to the venue from the city centre. This will take just 15 minutes.
Minimum age of entry is 18.