A popular Scottish band will be playing a show in Glasgow next year, it has been announced. 

Following a sold out 2024 UK tour, Wet Wet Wet are set to take the Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall stage as part of their 2025 UK tour. 

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The gig will take place on October 10 at the popular city centre venue. 

It comes after the Love Is All Around hitmakers played the same venue earlier this year. 

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Speaking on the 2025 tour, founding member Graeme Clark said: "To be back playing live, in the band I love, playing the songs I love, to people I love, completely fills my heart and soul.

"We can’t wait to see everybody again throughout 2025 in a venue close by. Simply put, these shows are not to be missed."

Kevin Simm added: "It’s so exciting to be going back out on tour throughout 2025! Our recent concerts created some fantastic memories for us all and it was an incredible experience that I will never ever forget - I can’t wait." 

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Heather Small, who will be joining the Clydebank group on the 2025 tour, said: "I’m so excited to join Wet Wet Wet on their extensive tour in 2025.

"I’m a fan of their music, so to be able to share these stages with them will be a real pleasure, it’s going to be one big party." 

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, March 22 at 10am.

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