BROWNIES and Guides were given the chance to interview singer Lewis Capaldi and then watch him perform at Glasgow's SSE Hydro.

More than 10,000 girls were treated to a star-studded line-up - for many it was their first gig - thanks to Girlguiding Scotland with James Arthur, Becky Hill, Jade Bird, Maisie Peters and The Vamps also on the bill.

As well as enjoying live performances of some of the biggest hits of the summer, artists performing at the Tartan Gig chatted to Girlguiding Scotland’s 'junior reporters'. 

Sophie, age 17, was one of the lucky young members chosen to interview the stars live on the big day.

She said: "It was amazing to interview the artists and watch them perform. Thank you so much Girlguiding Scotland for this incredible opportunity."

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Lewis Capaldi said: “I was absolutely buzzing to play at Tartan Gig 2019! The crowd were totally wild and the girls looked fab with their glow in the dark glasses. I also got some really cool Tartan Gig sunglasses so I was chuffed. Brilliant show – thanks for having me Girlguiding Scotland."

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Moira McKenna, Girlguiding Scotland’s Lead Volunteer said:“Being part of Girlguiding is all about giving girls a space where they can really be themselves and the chance to enjoy new experiences and have fun.

"What better way to do this than going to your first ever gig with all your friends to see some of the biggest names in music.

"Tartan Gig is just one of the many ways Girlguiding Scotland is keeping up to date with what girls are into and what they like to do."

The new Girguiding programme contains more than 800 new badges from mindfulness to human rights as well as giving girls and young women aged 5 to 25 the chance to take part in social action and campaigning.