ROCK legends The Eagles have banned fans from recording footage of their SSE Hydro show.

The band has issued the ban ahead of their second return to the city venue tonight - warning punters they will have to check any cameras or audio/visual equipment into the cloakroom.

Mobile phones are allowed into the venue - but those going to the show are warned they can't record. 

The SSE Hydro said: "All cameras and audio/video recording equipment are strictly prohibited at this event. Mobile phones are permitted but not for the use of audio/video recording. Any cameras or audio/visual equipment will need to be checked into the cloakroom."

The Eagles imposed a similar restriction during their show at the venue on May 31, 2014. Prince also imposed the same ban when he performed at the Hydro in the same year. 

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The group, who have also performed at Hampden Park in the city, return Glasgow after the death of band member Glenn Fray. Glenn was 67 when he died and had been battling multiple ailments.

The band, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey, are expected to perform classics spanning their career including HotelCalifornia, One of These Nights, Life in the Fast Lane, Desperado and Lyin' Eyes.

The show starts at 8pm and is due to end around 10.50pm.