A BUS operator has launched a special service to transport concert-goers to on Thursday and Friday's Ed Sheeran gigs.

As part of his + - = ÷ x Tour, the singers will perform two shows at Hampden.


Can I get the bus to the Ed Sheeran concert?

To support the crowd trying to get to the stadium, First Bus will operate its X31 Express service from Glasgow city centre.

It will start from 6pm with and operate approximately every 10 minutes until around 9pm. 

The service will restart again towards the city centre, leaving behind the West stand (next to Tesco express) from 11pm until around 0.30pm.

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Where does the bus stop?

Before the gig, the X31 Express will pick up travellers on Union Street (Outside of O'Neil's pub), Ingram Street, Glassford Street & Stockwell Street.

Drop-off point is Cathcart Road at Letherby Drive behind the West Stand (next to Tesco Express).

After the concert, the audience will be able to get on it on Cathcart Road at Letherby Drive behind the West Stand (next to Tesco Express).

The service will drop off at Stockwell Street, Glassford Street & George Square (South).

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How much are bus tickets?

This shuttle cost £3.20 for an Adult single, £5.00 for a return and £1.50 for a Child single, £2.50 for return.

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