The Glasgow OVO Hydro is launching their first outdoor bar for this weekend's Blink-182 shows. 

The venue is planning on holding a new “Pop-Up Street Food & Outdoor Drinks” area for the two gigs.

It comes as the pop punk legends head to the city Friday, September 1 and Saturday, September 2 as part of their worldwide Rock Hard Tour.

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Now fans heading to the concert can enjoy the space between the SEC Armadillo and OVO Hydro for snacks and beverages.

The Hydro said: “We're ready for the rock show!

“To improve all the small things that make your night special, we've introduced Pop-Up Street Food & Outdoor Drinks areas this weekend. Are you feeling this?

“So come on down, down, down, we'll be up all night.”

The Venue also confirmed the event times for the Blink-182 shows as doors open at 6.30 and the gigs kicks off at 7.30pm.

It is expected to come to an end at 11pm for curfew with fans getting the chance to grab merch before then.

The American rockers will be joined by The Story So Far who will be supporting their UK dates.

The tour was announced in November 2022 after Tom DeLonge reunited with the band for the first time since 2014.

The two Glasgow shows will kick off the European leg of the global tour before further UK gigs in Belfast, London, Birmingham, and Manchester.

The tour marks the band's 30th anniversary and is the first major world tour since Travis Barker's 2008 plane crash.

The incident had left him with a fear of flying which he managed to overcome in 2021.

We previously reported how the band postponed some of their tour dates while Travis undergoes surgery.

The band were set to begin their huge reunion tour in March in South America, but due to a 'freak accident', drummer Travis Barker requires an operation on his finger.

Lead singer Tom DeLonge announced the 'devastating' news in an Instagram reel and promised South American audiences that they will return in 2024.

He said: "Travis needs to go in and have surgery on his finger, and we have to get that well, and we have to get that strong before we can do anything else.

"This is just so sad."

The Glasgow dates on September 1 and 2, 2023 are still going ahead.