ScotRail made an important announcement before the upcoming Green Day gig in Glasgow.

The train company revealed that additional trains will be running for the concert, due to take place at Bellahouston Park on Tuesday, June 25.

The punk-rock legends will mark 30 years since their first commercial album release with The Saviors Tour and featuring support from Nothing But Thieves and Maid Of Ace.

With thousands of fans expected at the gig, ScotRail has announced it will add extra late-night services from Dumbreck, the closest railway station to Bellahouston Park, helping fans return to Glasgow Central after the event.

To facilitate these extra services, from 10pm onwards trains on the Paisley Canal line will only run between Glasgow Central and Dumbreck direct.

Replacement buses will operate between Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal, calling at Mosspark, Crookston, and Hawkhead.

Due to road restrictions around the event, the replacement bus service will not call at Dumbreck or Corkerhill.

The company is also is encouraging fans to check and plan their journey in advance.

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Phil Campbell, ScotRail customer operations director, said: “We hope that everyone going to see Green Day has the time of their life at Bellahouston Park on Tuesday night.

“We’re delighted to be able to provide extra services from Dumbreck station to Glasgow Central after the event.

“Concert goers should make their way to the station as soon as they can after the concert, as the last trains of the night will be leaving soon after.

“Our advice to customers is to buy return tickets before you board to help your journey run smoothly.”