Everything you need to know about Green Day's Glasgow gig

The band, who are known for hits like American Idiot, are set to play Bellahouston Park on Tuesday night.

Green Day Glasgow 2024: doors for Bellahouston Park gig, road closures, trains and support act Getty Images

Thousands of fans to descend on Glasgow as American rock band Green Day prepare to take to the stage.

The band, who are known for hits like American Idiot and Holiday, are set to play Bellahouston Park on Tuesday night.

Doors for the show are set to open at 5pm with the band being joined by two support acts who will take to the stage shortly after.

The city is set to welcome thousands of fans, with multiple extra services being put on to accommodate.

Who are the support acts for Green Day Glasgow gig?

English rock band Nothing But Thieves, and punk band Maid of Ace will be the opening acts taking to the stage.

If the show follows a similar schedule to previous events at Bellahouston Park then Maid of Ace will play from around 6pm with Nothing But Thieves following at 7pm and Green Day taking to the stage around 8pm.

Train services

ScotRail have added extra late-night services from Dumbreck, the closest railway station to Bellahouston Park, helping fans return to Glasgow Central after the event.

To facilitate these extra services, from 10pm onwards trains on the Paisley Canal line will only run between Glasgow Central and Dumbreck direct.

Replacement buses will operate between Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal, calling at Mosspark, Crookston, and Hawkhead.

Due to road restrictions around the event, the replacement bus service will not call at Dumbreck or Corkerhill.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail customer operations director, said: “We hope that everyone going to see Green Day has the time of their life at Bellahouston Park on Tuesday night.

“We’re delighted to be able to provide extra services from Dumbreck station to Glasgow Central after the event.

“Concert goers should make their way to the station as soon as they can after the concert, as the last trains of the night will be leaving soon after.

“Our advice to customers is to buy return tickets before you board to help your journey run smoothly.”

Road Closures

Glasgow City council has also confirmed that a number of roads will be restricted to all vehicles with the exception of any emergency service vehicles.

The council said the temporary restriction has been implemented for the safety of the event and other road users.

Between 10pm on June 25 and 2am June 26 the follow roads will be closed:

  • Ardo Gardens for its entire length
  • Bellahouston Drive between Mosspark Boulevard and Moness Drive (access to Sports centre open until 9.30pm)
  • Hinshelwood Drive between Ardo Gardens and Skene Road
  • Mosspark Boulevard between Bellahouston Drive and Mosspark Drive

Between 9.30pm on June 25 and 2am June 26 the follow roads will be closed:

  • Broomloan Road between Paisley Road West and Edmiston Drive
  • Bellahouston Drive between Moness Drive and Paisley Road West
  • Dumbreck Road between Paisley Road West and the Northbound M77 off Ramp to Dumbreck Road
  • M8 off Ramp (Westbound) Junction 23 to Dumbreck Road.
  • Nithsdale Road between Dumbreck Road and Maxwell Drive
  • Paisley Road West between Helen Street Edmiston Drive
  • Mosspark Boulevard between Bellahouston Drive and Corkerhill Road

Drivers will be prohibited from waiting on the following streets 8etween 8am on June 25 and 2am June 26 the follow roads will be closed:

  • Alness Crescent
  • Arisaig Drive
  • Barfillan Drive
  • Bellahouston Drive at Mosspark Boulevard
  • Cessnock Street
  • Corkerhill Place
  • Dargarvel Avenue North
  • Dargarvel Avenue South
  • Dumbreck Avenue
  • Dumbreck Place
  • Dumbreck Square
  • Dunellan Street
  • Elizabeth Street
  • Erskine Avenue
  • Fleurs Avenue North
  • Fleurs Avenue South
  • Harley Street
  • Jura Street
  • Kirkdale Drive
  • Ladybank Drive
  • Lora Drive
  • Maryland Drive
  • Melfort Avenue
  • Midlock Street
  • Moness Drive
  • Morven Street
  • Mosspark Boulevard at Bellahouston Drive
  • Mosspark Boulevard at Dumbreck Road
  • Torridon Avenue East
  • Torridon Avenue North
  • Torridon Avenue West
  • Urrdale Road

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