IT'S been announced Harry Styles will perform at Ibrox Stadium for the first concert in almost 20 years.

The former One Direction band member announced yesterday he will perform at Ibrox on Saturday, June 11 when Love on Tour 2022 comes to the UK later this year. 

The multi-platinum recording artist will follow in the footsteps of some of music's biggest stars when he plays there later this year. 

Bon Jovi

The last concert to take place at the stadium was Bon Jovi on June 26, 2007.

The Livin' on a Prayer rock band also took to the stage at Ibrox on June 22, 2003 for the Bounce World Tour and on July 11, 1996 for the These Days World Tour. 

In 1996, they were supported by Glasgow hard rock band Gun. 

Glasgow Times: Bon Jovi at Ibrox, 2003Bon Jovi at Ibrox, 2003

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Elton John and Billy Joel

After the success of two previous tours, in 1998 Elton John and Billy Joel took their Face to Face stadium tour to the UK for the first time. 

They performed at Ibrox on June 2 of that year.

The show opened with the pair singing three duets, including a cover of Your Song, before Billy Joel performed some of his most loved songs. 

Elton John then performed a number of his iconic hits for the second half before they closed the show with another six duets. 

Fans were lucky to see the pair perform together as Billy Joel had to pull out of their London show just four days later due to illness. 

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Bryan Adams

Canadian guitarist and singer Bryan Adams took to the Ibrox stage over 25 years ago on July 20, 1996. 

General admission to the sold-out gig cost £23.

Fans were treated to 25 of his biggest hots including Run To You and (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, with Summer of '69 finishing off the setlist. 

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Rod Stewart

Rock and pop singer Rod Stewart performed at the stadium on June 10, 1995 as part of his In The Round tour. 

A setlist of the gig shows he performed a number of his classic hits including Maggie May, Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright) and You're in My Heart (The Final Acclaim).

He also performed Do Ya Think I'm Sexy, Twistin' the Night Away and Sailing in an encore. 

Rod Stewart previously played there on June 18, 1983 while on his world tour, with fans describing it as an "excellent" concert where he booted his now-famous footballs into the crowd. 

Glasgow Times: Rod Stewart doing keepie uppies before his 1983 Ibrox gigRod Stewart doing keepie uppies before his 1983 Ibrox gig

Frank Sinatra

Almost 32 years ago, 11,000 fans got to see legendary crooner Frank Sinatra take to the stage on Tuesday, July 10, 1990 for what is one of the stadium's most memorable performances. 

During the one-hour-and-20-minute show, Ol' Blue Eyes performed many of his iconic songs such as New York, New York, My Way and The Lady Is a Tramp. 

Sinatra, who was 74 at the time, was said to be "moved" by the singalong Glasgow crowd. 

He reportedly told his entourage: "In all my time in showbusiness I have never had such a stupendous feeling. 

"I have never been so moved by anything in my life before."

Glasgow Times: Frank Sinatra at Ibrox, 1990Frank Sinatra at Ibrox, 1990

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Simple Minds

The Scottish rock band, who formed in Glasgow in 1977, took to the Ibrox stadium on June 7, 1986 on their Once Upon A Time Tour.

The band took to the stage for two hours, performing a total of 18 tracks. 

They were supported by Hipsway, In Tua Nua, The Cult and The Waterboys. 

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Tickets for Harry Styles' Love on Tour 2022 show at Ibrox Stadium will go on sale from 9am on Friday, January 28 at GigsInScotland.