Stereophonics to play extra night at The Hydro due to popular demand
The Welsh rockers will be the first band to perform two nights in a row at Glasgow's new venue as part of the Graffiti On The Train tour.
The Stereophonics will be the first band to play two nights at The Hydro.
The Welsh rockers have revealed they will play a second date at Scotland's newest venue on Thursday, November 7.
Tickets for the new show will go on sale at 9am on Friday, April 5.
The announcement follows news last month that the Mr Writer musicians would be stopping in Glasgow on Friday, November 8 and Aberdeen’s AECC on Saturday, November 9 as part of the 12-date Graffiti On The Train UK tour.
However due to overwhelming demand an additional night in Glasgow has been added.
The tour coincides with the release of the band’s eighth album through Stylus Records, with the title track Graffiti On The Train set to be released on May 13.
The Stereophonics are the latest band confirmed to play Scotland's newest venue, The Hydro, which opens in September.
Take a look at The Hydro in numbers.
Despite its size, it is also claimed the venue will have an intimate feel. John Sharkey, chief executive of the SECC, told STV that the arena “will feel like the Royal Albert Hall meets the Coliseum.”
See how the arena will compare in our infographic below.