Tens of thousands of fans are set to descend on Bellahouston Park this weekend for the annual Glasgow Summer Sessions festival.

The park will play host to worldwide acts including The 1975, Foo Fighters and The Cure for a star-studded weekend of music, beginning on Friday and ending on Sunday.

Around 35,000 are expected to attend this year's event - but how do you get there?

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The easiest way to travel by train to the park is from Glasgow Central to Dumbreck. 

These services run at 12 minutes and 42 minutes past the hour, and take just five minutes to reach Dumbreck.

ScotRail have advised they are putting on extra seats to their services to deal with demand, and have issued top tips on how to travel to the festival.

From 10pm on Friday, August 16 and Saturday, August 17, buses will replace trains between Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal, calling at all stations.

This will allow special train services to run between Dumbreck and Glasgow Central only, to get fans home after the music.

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Here are the top five travel tips from ScotRail: 

1. Buy your ticket to Dumbreck before you board. You’ll need a valid ticket for travel, and ticket checks may be in place.

2. Check your train times. Remember to leave time to catch any connecting services that you need.

3. Listen up! We’ll have extra staff on the ground to help things go smoothly. To help them help you, please listen to their instructions.

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4. Download the ScotRail app. You can use it to buy tickets, check train times, and see live service information.

5. Don’t leave it too late – services will be busy, and you might not be able to board your first choice of train.

ScotRail head of customer operations Phil Campbell said: “This year’s Summer Sessions has another fantastic lineup, and we’re really looking forward to helping music lovers travel to see their favourite bands.

“We’re adding lots of extra services over the three-day event and thousands of extra seats, but trains will still be very busy, so people should plan their journeys in advance.

“Buying a return ticket to Dumbreck before you travel will help make your journey run smoothly.

“We’d ask anyone travelling home by train to be mindful of our neighbours when you’re making your way back to the station.”