The people of Glasgow are certainly looking forward to getting back to watching some great performances in the city. 

Kier McCrossan, 26, from Finnieston said: "I'm really looking forward to being able to get back.

Glasgow Times: Kier McCrossan, from FinniestonKier McCrossan, from Finnieston

"I think music and live gigs are key to Glasgow, not only for people going to see shows, but for the bands too. 

"I have a few friends in bands and places like King Tuts is world-famous for kickstaring careers. 

"So I'm looking forward to getting back, but they will be too."

Dannielle Thomson, 30, is from Edinburgh, but can't wait to get back to the Glasgow audiences. 

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She said: "I have really missed live shows. I used to work at the Fringe in Edinburgh and you can tell how much people miss it. 

"Glasgow audiences are so much better than any other audiences. 

"I'll be coming back through to see Dua Lipa next year and I can't wait because it has been rescheduled about three or four times because of Covid. 

"I hope it doesn't get cancelled again."

However, not everyone is confident about heading back to live music venues. 

Orah, a 24-year-old student, said: "I used to go to gigs but I will not be going back for the foreseeable future. 

Glasgow Times: Orah, 24, is a student in Glasgow. Orah, 24, is a student in Glasgow.

"I'm doing my dissertation at the moment and I only have one vaccine, so I worry about the Delta variant.

"I might go to a gig again after I'm double-jabbed, but not right now."