Calvin Harris will return to Scotland this summer to headline a concert at Hampden Park.
The 38-year-old DJ, performer and songwriter, whose hits include Acceptable in the 80s and Feel So Close, will perform at the national stadium in Glasgow on Saturday, July 2.
Harris, who hasn’t played a solo-gig in Scotland since two sell out shows at the Hydro in 2013, has also had a string of collaboration hits with singers including Rihanna, Ellie Goulding and Neyo.
The Hampden show will be his first in the country since he headlined the 2016 T in the Park.
The star has topped charts across the globe, amassing 27 top 10 singles in the UK alone, and fans can expect to hear all of his classic tunes at the one-night only event.
He also has over 35 billion combined audio and video streams in his career history, making him one of the most viewed artists on YouTube and one of Sony Music’s biggest streaming artists.
His work has garnered a number of top music awards and nominations, including 14x MTV VMA nominations and 2x wins, 5x Grammy nominations and a 2013 Grammy Award win in the Best Music Video category for “We Found Love”, making him one of the most celebrated Scottish artists of all time.
Tickets for Hampden will be on sale from 10am on Friday.