'Trainspotting's Bobby Carlyle was also seen enjoying the show.
Opening with ‘Ill Ray (The King)’, taken from 2017’s album ‘For Crying Out Loud’, the Leicester band also included tracks ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’ and ‘Comeback Kid’.
The crowd seemed especially enthusiastic, with Kasabian branding the Glasgow Green audience a load of ‘mental jocks’ as they closed the second night of the new festival.
You can see the full setlist below, with video snippets of the performance below that.
Ill Ray (The King)
Eez-Eh (with Daft Punk’s “Around The World” snippet)
Shoot the Runner
You’re in Love With a Psycho
Bless This Acid House
Put Your Life on It
L.S.F. (Lost Souls Forever)
Vlad the Impaler
Actor and Trainspotting star Bobby Carlyle was also seen watching the show. According to the Daily Record, the 54-year-old was spotted enjoying the headliners from the side of the stage.
Serge also took a fan’s Scotland flag and draped it on stage and was later seen handing out set lists to the crowd. You can see that below.
Taking their love of football to the next level with the new campaign, the competition gives fans the chance to win VIP access to see the band headline at Reading & Leeds 2017 in August.
The ardent Leicester City fans are asking fans to compile their 11 favourite Kasabian songs and then compete against one another “to see who will be the ultimate #KasabianFFL Team.”