Concerns have been raised by the council over an unlicensed street party planned in Glasgow during the June public holidays.
The possible event at the city’s Kelvingrove Park on June 2, the weekend before the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee on June 5, comes after a similar unofficial party was held last year to mark the Royal Wedding.
Strathclyde Police are investigating the plans to hold the unlicensed party.
Twenty-one people were arrested during the event at Kelvingrove last April where between 3000 to 5000 turned out. Word of the last street party spread via Facebook and Twitter, with thousands indicating they would attend.
A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: "We want people to enjoy the public holiday, but we want them to do it safely.
"There has been no proper planning for this event and the dreadful scenes at a similar unplanned party marking last year’s royal wedding make it all too clear why that is unacceptable.
"We are concerned for the safety of anyone who attends – and also others who regularly visit the park. We are currently trying to contact the organiser, who needs to make it clear that this event will not be taking place."
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