US superstar Pink is coming to Hampden Park this weekend - and we have the full guide to Get The Party Started at her amazing show.

The Beautiful Trauma World Tour will roll into Glasgow's National Stadium for two dates on Saturday and Sunday, June 22 and 23. 

The tour actually kicked off in the US in Phoenix on March 1, last year - and the singer has been pretty busy since then travelling around the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia with the show. 

What time does the show start?

Hampden Park said the promoters have not released the timings yet. The national stadium said that the gates open at 5.30pm with the show expected to end at 10.45pm.

In Dublin, where the star played on June 18, stage times were listed as

Bang Bang Romeo: 6.50pm

Vance Joy: 7.40pm

Pink: 8.50pm 

Hampden Park advised to keep an eye on their website here 

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How do I get there?

First Glasgow are running an express service from the city centre direct to Hampden Park. 

A single ticket is £3 and a return is £5. If you are heading from the city centre to the concert, you can get the bus from Union Street outside O'Neill's Pub. 

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The X31 service will start at 6pm on both days of the concert and will run to 8.30pm.

Once the concert is finished, you can take the X31 back to the city centre from the stop at Mount Florida Primary School. The service will run from 11pm to 12.30am.

Scotrail also said they would add more trains between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida. 

British Transport Police warned that there is only one entrance to Mount Florida station - and that is Bolton Drive.

You cannot enter the station via Battlefield Road or Prospecthill Road. They warned services back to Glasgow will be extremely busy. 

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The area is mainly residential parking and the availability of on-street parking is extremely limited due to event specific parking restrictions. A number of railway park and ride options will be available.

Motorists should also note that Police Scotland will close a number of roads temporarily around the stadium at the end of the show. 

What will the weather be like?

The Met Office said most places will be dry over the weekend with good spells of warm sunshine and light winds. You can check the latest forecast closer to the show here - it's Glasgow folks, the weather can always change. 

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Church on the Hill 

What pubs are near the stadium?

If you want to meet friends early before the show, there are plenty of pubs near the stadium.

Here are some worth checking out:

Beechwood, 156 Ardmay Crescent, G44 4PP.

Church on the Hill, 16 Algie Street, G41 3DJ.

Montford House, 23-27 Curtis Avenue, G44 4QD 

International Bar, 467 Aitkenhead Road, G42 0PR

*Please drink responsibly. 

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Can I still get tickets?

Don't worry about FOMO (Fear of missing out), we spy that there are still tickets here 

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What songs will she play?

We hate to be spoilsports but for those among you who like to know the setlist. Here is what she previously played in Dublin.

Get the Party Started

Beautiful Trauma

Just Like a Pill

Who Knew 

Funhouse/ Just A Girl 

Hustle

Try

Just Give Me a Reason

River (Bishop Briggs cover)

Just Like Fire

What About Us

For Now

90 Days

Walk Me Home (acoustic)

I Am Here

F****n Perfect 

Raise Your Glasses

Blow Me (One Last Kiss)

Can we Pretend

So What 

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