THOUSANDS of fans are getting ready to storm Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium for the highly anticipated, The Killers.

On Wednesday, the stadium will be packed with excited faces as they have been waiting for more than two years for the event to come around.

However, venue bosses have clarified the rules of what fans can and cannot take into the stadium with them in order to avoid it being spoilt for others.

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The full list includes anything from flammable liquids to glass bottles and confirms that bags will be searched for security purposes.

This is what you cannot take with you

- Alcohol, except in hand sanitizer

- Glass, cans, plastic bottles or thermos flasks of any kind

- Flammable liquids and aerosols (including perfume, hairspray, etc)

- Laser pens/pointers

- Laptops, iPads or similar electronic tablets, professional cameras/video equipment

- Food and drink, unless for medicinal purposes – please notify the stadium prior to the day of the event if you need to bring items for medicinal use by calling 07340 718965.

- Umbrellas, signs, banners, flags, inflatables, selfie sticks

- Air horns, whistles or other noise making devices

- Knives or weapons, fireworks, smoke bombs, confetti, glitter bombs or sprays

- Any other items, publicised in advance by stadium management and or the promoters, or to which they raise objections on the day of the event.

A spokesperson for the venue said: "Admission may be refused to anyone carrying one or more of the items listed above.

"It will be each ticket holder’s responsibility to dispose of any items that cannot be brought into the venue.

"Please note it will not be possible for any such items to be collected after the event."

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