What can't I bring? Items banned from Liam Gallagher's Glasgow gig

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What can't I bring? Items banned from Liam Gallagher's Glasgow gig
What can't I bring? Items banned from Liam Gallagher's Glasgow gig

LIAM Gallagher is set to perform at Hampden Park tomorrow, with support from Kasabian and Goat Girl.

The rock 'n' roll star announced the performance earlier this year, expressing his excitement to play at Glasgow's "famous" Hampden Park.

Doors open at 4pm tomorrow and those with tickets should be aware of what they cannot bring to the stadium and are told they should be prepared for delays on entry to allow for bag searches and ticket checks.

READ MORE: ScotRail issues warning ahead of Liam Gallagher's Hampden Park gig in Glasgow

What items are banned from the Liam Gallagher gig?

  • Weapons

  • Drugs

  • Flares

  • Smoke canisters

  • Selfie sticks

  • Umbrellas

  • Flags

  • Glass or metal/ hard plastic bottles (including perfume/ fragrance)

  • Professional cameras

  • Chairs

  • Frisbees/ boomerangs

  • Bags larger than the size of a sheet of A4 paper will also not be permitted

Concert-goers are advised that search dogs will be in operation at the event and anyone found with drugs, flares, alcohol or any other prohibited items will be handed over to the police.

READ MORE: Everything to know about Liam Gallagher’s Glasgow show at Hampden Park

What items are allowed at the Liam Gallagher gig?

  • Blankets

  • Cameras

  • Ear plugs

  • Hand sanitiser

  • Lip balm

  • Make-up

  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses

  • An empty bottle no bigger than 500ml (but not made from glass/ metal/ hard plastic)

  • Wipes

You can find out more from Gigs in Scotland HERE.

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