PLAYGROUND Festival is finally returning to Glasgow tomorrow for the first time in two years.

The event, which will last until Sunday, had previously been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Organisers have been working hard to bag some exciting headliners this year, including The Libertines, Nile Rodgers and Leftfield.

And as the event is about to get underway, there are a few things you should know before heading to Rouken Glen Park tomorrow... 

Covid testing policy

Those who have tickets for the event - which are still on sale HERE - will be required to show NHS verification of a negative lateral flow test (LFT), taken 48 hours before entering the site.

LFTs can be ordered for free HERE.

Weather forecast

According to the Met Office, there will be a cloudy start on Friday with some patchy rain lingering into the afternoon.

Thankfully it will soon clear up where we can even expect some sunny spells.

Brisk westerly winds will soon ease down where we can expect highs of around 17 °C.

Otherwise, there will be occasional rain and strong winds over the weekend but some dry and brighter interludes too.

It'll be a wet night on Sunday so you best be grabbing your brollies and ponchos!

Cashless Wristbands

Festivalgoers will be required to top-up cashless wristbands at this year's event to access food and drink

You top-up in advance, tap your wristband to pay and you’re done = giving you more time to enjoy the fun with your family and friends.

Top-up HERE. 

We hope you all have a great time this weekend and stay safe.