The last big music festival show of the summer takes place on Sunday as The 1975 bring Glasgow’s Summer Sessions to a close.
And joining one of the UK’s biggest bands at Bellahouston Park is a line-up of stellar acts.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of the event…
After a whirlwind year that has taken them all over the globe, The 1975 return to Glasgow this weekend to headline Summer Sessions for the very first time.
Following the release of their critically acclaimed, genre-hopping third album ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’ at the end of last year, the four-piece have enjoyed their biggest year to date – winning two BRIT Awards for Best British Group and Best British Album and headlining arenas and festivals all over the world.
They recently debuted their new single People, which you can expect to hear this weekend, and have teased more new music on the way soon.
Providing support are homegrown heroes Twin Atlantic. They’ve played all over the city at venues big and small and are now main stage heavyweights.
With a whole album inspired by Glasgow, GLA, they’re crowd favourites and may also be showcasing some new tracks on the day.
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Also on the bill are You Me At Six, a big name on the UK scene for several years now, who have evolved with each one of their six albums but always promise a big festival sound.
Earlier in the evening Pale Waves, who have supported The 1975 on tour this year, will bring a huge slice of gothic indie-pop to the park.
Emerging talents Ten Tonnes (George Ezra’s younger brother) and No Rome will get the crowd going early on.
Gates to the park open at 2:30pm, with No Rome the first act on stage at 3:05pm.
Ten Tonnes take to the stage at 4pm, followed by Pale Waves at 5pm.
You Me At Six perform at 6:10pm, with Twin Atlantic at 7:30pm.
Headliners The 1975 are due on stage at 9:10pm, with the event’s curfew 11pm.
Sunday looks to be a fairly cloudy day with some sunny spells and a gentle breeze. Temperatures are set to reach 23C during the afternoon, cooling down to 18C by the end of the show.
Conditions underfoot are likely to still be very, very muddy though so wellies are advisable.
The nearest station to Bellahouston Park is Dumbreck, on the Glasgow to Paisley Canal line, but be aware the last trains of the evening will be departing soon after the gig.
Scotrail will be running longer trains and extra services to Glasgow Central only.
Happy Bus will be running shuttle services to Bellahouston and back into the city centre after the gig.
Limited £5 car parking and a pick up and drop off area will be operating from the Albion Car Park across from Ibrox Stadium, Edmiston Dr, Glasgow G51 2XD.
Drivers are advised Dumbreck Road will be closed to all traffic between 10:15pm and midnight.
Ibrox and Cessnock subway stations are within 30 minutes walk from the park. Sunday service will be in operation so the network will be closed when the gig ends.
Walking the entire way to / from the city centre should take under an hour.