The 1975 fans camp outside venue days before concerts

The band led by frontman Matty Healy are to play back-to-back shows in Glasgow this week.

Fans of The 1975 camp outside Glasgow Hydro days before concerts STV News

Fans of the band The 1975 have begun camping outside the OVO Hydro in Glasgow days before concerts are due to take place.

The UK pop rock band led by frontman Matty Healy will take to the stage at the OVO Hydro on Thursday and Friday as part of their Still At Their Very Best world tour.

Around 40 fans began camping outside the venue on Tuesday afternoon, over 48 hours before doors open on Thursday.

It comes as cold and wet weather is set to continue across Glasgow and the West with temperatures to be just above freezing during the night on Tuesday.

In the early hours of Thursday morning, temperatures will dip to -2C.

1975 fans can enjoy two shows from the UK pop rock band at the Hydro. Photo: STV News

Wristbands are expected to be given out to fans who have queued early on the day of the show.

The OVO Hydro website states camping and queuing overnight is not permitted.

Tickets remain available but in low numbers for both nights at the venue.

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