Southampton is set for a busy weekend on the roads – and people are urged to plan ahead.

Thousands of people will flock to the city as several cruise ships arrive and depart and Take That perform at St Mary’s Stadium.

Motorists are advised to consider the ongoing events and roadworks before travelling to the city centre.

Much-loved band Take That return to St Mary’s tonight and Sunday night.

The roads surrounding the stadium are expected to be busier than usual as fans make their way to and from the stadium.

Several roads will be closed for the event.

Four cruise ships docked in the city’s port this morning – Ventura, Iona, Sky Princess, and MSC Virtuosa.

A large number of passengers are expected in the city as a result.

The temporary anti-clockwise one way system on the Ring Road remains in place from Charlotte Place to the Civic Centre.

At noon on Sunday, a Southampton Peace Protest for Palestine will take place in Guildhall Square.

The peaceful march will leave to the Bargate, then return to Guildhall Square.

According to Southampton City Council, there is also a parade taking place on Sunday between 2-3pm.

Blechynden Terrace and West Park Road will be temporarily closed during this time.