A legendary music group is set to host a concert in Glasgow - and it will include special guests.

Culture Club will be performing at the city's OVO Hydro on Friday, December 13.

The band - which is currently made up of Boy George, Mikey Craig, and Roy Hay - formed in 1981.

The tour will celebrate the group's first two monumental albums - Kissing to Be Clever and Colour By Numbers.

At the show, the prolific band will perform the albums in full and fans can expect to hear all the classic hits including Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, Karma Chameleon, Church of the Poison Mind, and many more.

The music legends are known for securing seven straight Top Ten UK hits and six Top Ten US singles in the early 1980s.

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Ahead of the tour, Boy George said: "I am calling this ‘The Zero Arguments Tour’ because we are performing our first two albums ‘Kissing To Be Clever’ and ‘Colour By Numbers’ exactly as they were made and in exact order.

"I love the idea of this because some of these songs are fan favourites and have never been performed.

"I think it will be really special for the fans."

During the tour, Boy George and the band will be joined by special guests - and synth-pop legends - Tony Hadley and Heaven 17.

Tickets for the Glasgow show will go on sale from Friday, June 14.