GLASGOW’S Hue and Cry rounded off the Summer Nights at the Bandstand with fans and artists praising the line-up and atmosphere of the festival

The heavy rain failed to damped spirits as the Labour of Love duo performed to a sell-out crowd last night at Kelvingrove Bandstand.

Burt Bacharach, Suede, Bloc Party and Patti Smith were among the highlights of the sell-out festival, which ran over two weeks.

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Matt Berninger, lead singer of the National said after the band’s two-date stint: “What a setting.

“I’ll need to style my back garden like this with all the crowd in minature.”

Tickets for next year’s festival, which is organised by Regular, go on sale in January and organisers are promising even more artists in the line-up.

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A Regular spokesman said: “Fans and artists alike adore the idyllic and intimate setting of Kelvingrove and the amazing atmosphere it provides. We cant wait till you all come back  next year."