SSE Hydro revellers have been warned of a clear bag policy in place ahead of Ariana Grande's September performance - in the wake of the Manchester bombing.

The strict rules have been enforced by the event organiser to ensure the "safest and most enjoyable experience" for all fans.

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The harrowing 2017 terror attack remains firmly in the memory and organisers are determined to keep the Glasgow show safe.

All bags taken into the venue must be 100 per cent clear and cannot be bigger than 12 inches by six inches.

Medical items may be considered after a thorough search.

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The SSE Hydro social media team posted the plans in an Ariana Grande: Sweetener World Tour page on Facebook.

Superstar Ariana herself recently defender the request for clear bag use to ensure safer shows.

She took to Instagram to thank her fans for agreeing to adhere to the rules.

Hydro bosses have been approached for comment.

We told how Scots schoolgirl Eilidh MacLeod, 14, tragically lost her life in the arena bombing which killed 22 people.

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A charity was set up in her name which aims to support music education for young people, reflecting the teenager’s love of music.

Eilidh was a member of Sgoil Lionacleit Pipe Band.