Glasgow Hydro warns of rail disruption ahead of Crowded House gig this week

THE Hydro has warned music fans in attendance crowded house this week of possible travel disruption on rail services to Finnieston.

The venue released the show times for the show which takes place on Friday and warned concertgoers to plan their trip.

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A statement on Twitter said: “Due to a driver shortage, ScotRail is operating a temporary timetable and services to/from the exhibition grounds have been affected. Please plan and prepare your journey in advance.”

The band who had international hits with Don’t Dream It’s Over and Something So Strong were originally scheduled to play the West End Concert Hall in 2020 but the show was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The band was formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1985 and consists of the songwriting talents of Neil Finn.

They reformed after the tragic death of drummer Paul Hester in 2005.

Founding members Neil Finn and Nick Seymour will be joined by Mitchell Froom, Liam Finn and Elroy Finn.

This is their first European tour in over 10 years.

The Hydro revealed that they will take the stage at 8:30 p.m. Friday and there is no supporting act.

Corina C. Butler