Police Scotland and Glasgow City Council said they had received complaints from the public after a gig at Bellahouston Park headlined by Swedish DJ Avicii and rapper Tinie Tempah.
Police arrested 29 people, largely for minor offences at the south side concert, with one for serious assault.
But with the third of the Summer Sessions, headlined by rapper Eminem, taking place tonight, the authorities have been keen to avoid a repeat of Saturday, which saw allegations of violence within the 35,000 temporary arena and residents complaining about youngsters drinking in the streets.
Promoters DF Concerts said the number of arrests were not out of the ordinary for an event of its scale.
It also said Saturday's event could not be compared like-for-like with the Eminem concert as there would be a much older demographic at tonight's concert.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "We have received a small number of complaints in relation to disorder in and around the area of Bellahouston Park. We have met with DF concerts today to progress these issues and we will be meeting with resident representatives to address their concerns."
Amid claims by a resident "the police failed", the spokeswoman added: "All events are carefully assessed in advance to ensure that the policing response provides a safe and secure event for all concerned and which minimises disruption to members of the public and local residents."
Glasgow said it had received complaints about public urination and had put in place additional toilets at Bellahouston sports centre and Dumbreck rail station.
It also it had "not received any guidance from Police Scotland that we should review the licence".
A council spokesman said had "hosted a meeting to get around the table with the community council and DF Concerts two weeks ago to ensure we were engaging with the local community given the size of the events".
A spokesman for Glasgow Summer Sessions: "Our multi-agency planning group, that includes representatives from Police Scotland and Glasgow City Council, met with the local Community Council twice in advance of the shows and after each subsequent show. Each time we've taken feedback on board and also refined some of our plans for future shows."