Tony Edwards is the technical manager of the venue and he and his team are busy getting ready for the big night.
The Hydro boasts 145 digital screens, a 137 metre display showing uninter-rupted information and a wi-fi system which can be used by 12,000 people at the same time.
Visitors will be greeted by two high-definition video projectors and the glowing outer skin of the Hydro which can have either light or images projected onto the surface.
The arena is brimming with cutting edge technology.
Tony said: "The Hydro is a unique digital and wi-fi connected building which will come alive before your eyes.
"We have been working with our digital partners to bring visitors an exper-ience on a par with top venues worldwide and like nothing ever seen before in Scotland."
The first point of contact for visitors to events at the Hydro, the SECC and the Armadillo will be box office assistant Michael Mearns and his team.
As well as selling tickets events, they will also deal with requests over the counter, group bookings, general inquiries and a new ticketing system.
The team has previously worked on issuing tickets to more than 1million visitors to the SECC each year, and are looking forward to that number increasing dramatically because of the new venue.
Michael said: "Our team know the venue floor plans like the back of their hands and can locate seating blocks within seconds.
"It is great to see people getting excited about collecting their tickets for The Hydro - especially those picking up the souv-enir stock for our opening night with Rod Stewart."