ScotRail has added more seats and an extra late-night train to its service this Saturday to help fans heading to a Lanarkshire music festival.

Attendees of the Stereofunk festival will benefit from additional carriages being added to trains to Chatelherault station throughout the day, as well as a special late-night service added for fans returning to Glasgow after the event.

Chatelherault Country Park - a 12-minute walk from Chatelherault station - is hosting the popular event with this year’s line-up including Vengaboys, The KLF, and legendary Scottish DJ George Bowie.

Festival goers will also be able to make use of the additional late-night service to Glasgow departing Chatelherault station at 23.08, just before the final service at 23.15.

Customers are being encouraged to buy return tickets in advance via the mTicket system on the ScotRail app, which can be purchased before arriving at the station and will instantly become available on a mobile device.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail Customer Operations Director, said: “We’re really looking forward to helping festival goers travel to Stereofunk by train, with the event entrance just a short walk from Chatelherault station.

“To help the event run smoothly, we’re providing extra seats to and from Chatelherault, and trains are expected to be very popular.

“Customers should check train times on our website or app, and leave plenty of time for travel. Buying tickets in advance on the ScotRail app will also make your journey easier, allowing more time to enjoy the music.”