LEGENDARY American rock group Green Day is coming to Glasgow's Bellahouston Park this week.

The band, who are known for iconic hits like American Idiot and Boulevard of Broken Dreams, will entertain thousands of fans on Tuesday (June 25) night.

If you're looking to go or know someone else who is attending, here is everything you need to know about the concert.

When will Green Day perform in Glasgow?

Green Day will perform at Bellahouston Park on Tuesday, June 25 with doors opening from around 5pm.

Are there age restrictions in place for the Green Day concert at Bellahouston Park?

According to Ticketmaster, there will be some age restrictions in place for the Glasgow event with those under the age of 14 not permitted to attend.

Persons aged 14 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult who is 21 years old and over (with a minimum of one adult for every four persons aged 14 and 15).

Are there still tickets available for Green Day at Bellahouston Park?

According to Ticketmaster, there is a "low availability" of tickets for the Glasgow show.

It states that general admission to the concert is around £80 while those looking to snag some VIP tickets can expect to fork out £113.

However, it should be noted that when users click on the 'Find Tickets' feature on the website, none are listed as available.

Who will be supporting Green Day at their Glasgow show?

Green Day will be supported by English rock band Nothing But Thieves who are well-known for songs like Impossible.

The group will also be supported by the English punk band Maid of Ace.