More big artists have been confirmed to perform at Kelvingrove Bandstand this summer.

Pop icons S Club, 80s legends Dexys and Scottish folk group Skerryvore will all perform at the West End venue.

Known for their hits Don't Stop Movin, Never Had A Dream Come True and more, the Kelvingrove Park gig forms part of S Club's run of shows to mark their 25th year.

It is an occasion of anniversaries as this year will mark the 100th birthday of Kelvingrove Bandstand.

Built in 1924, the Bandstand cemented itself as one of Glasgow’s best outdoor venues and was a popular choice for concerts, recitals and entertainment events until it fell into disrepair and closed in 1999.  

The campaign to restore the Bandstand was a lengthy process carried out by Friends of Kelvingrove Park, with Scottish musicians Belle and Sebastian, Franz Ferdinand and Teenage Fanclub backing the project before it was submitted to the Scottish Parliament.

The new-and-improved Kelvingrove Bandstand was completed in 2014 and is now run by Glasgow Life.