Rows and rows of people were spotted outside the Rangers’ ground as they waited to get their hands on pre-gig merchandise.
And a number of fans appeared to be out for the long haul, as tents were also pitched up just metres away from the stadium.
The hundreds that gathered were in great spirits, despite the thunder and the torrential downpours.
And sadly, it could be more of the same on Saturday as the Met Office is predicting more showers to land in Glasgow before Harry takes to the stage.
The Watermelon Sugar singer will perform in front of a sell-out crowd at Ibrox Stadium on Saturday evening.
On Thursday, the 28-year-old was spotted stepping off a private jet as he landed in Scotland ahead of the gig.
He was seen wearing an aviator jacket with his name embroidered on the front.
People carriers and limousines arrived at Glasgow Airport to pick up the former One Direction star shortly after.
Harry will be joined at Ibrox Stadium alongside Japanese-American singer-songwriter Mitski as support act.
Glasgow will be the first of 32 dates on the popstar’s Love on Tour.
Fans attending the stadium gig may face delays as a number of road restrictions have been put in place around the stadium with the surrounding Ibrox area only being accessible for local access only.
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