Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary ‘Mani’ Mounfield and Alan ‘Reni’ Wren are The Stone Roses. One of the pioneering bands of the ‘Madchester’ scene in the late 1980s/early 1990s, their 1989 self-titled debut album is regarded by many as the greatest British album of all time. Their follow-up album, ‘The Second Coming’, was released in 1994 on Geffen, after a long battle with their former label, Silvertone.
The Stone Roses went their separate ways in 1996 after some major differences forced them to split, but, following a 15 year silence, the band put aside their differences for one of the biggest reunion tours in years in 2012, playing shows all over the world.
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Robbie Williams will close the UK leg of his 2017 Heavy Entertainment Show tour at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Friday 23 June 2017. Williams will become the first solo artist to headline the London Stadium as part of his huge 29-date tour spanning 18 European countries across the summer. Williams will become the first solo artist to headline the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of his huge 29-date tour spanning 18 European countries across the summer. The iconic performer, with in excess of 55 million album sales worldwide, released his 11th studio album The Heavy Entertainment Show on Friday 4 November.
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Jeff Lynne’s ELO have announced they will perform at Wembley Stadium connected by EE for ONE NIGHT ONLY on 24th June 2017. Known for their epic live shows and with a distinct style that seamlessly and innovatively blends rock, pop and classical, ELO has had twenty six UK Top 40 singles, making Lynne’s sweeping productions some of the most recognisable music of the last forty years and helping sell over 50 million records worldwide.
•Reserved seating on Level 3 for the concert directly outside your hospitality facility (issued in a minimum of pairs).
•Private tables for parties of 10 & 12 in the Pitch View Restaurant (smaller numbers will be accommodated on shared tables).
•Pre-show complimentary bar of selected beers, wines and soft drinks for three hours prior to the main act commencing.
• Pre-concert themed hot and cold buffet stations.
• Cash bar facilities available during the main act.
•One hour post-concert party in the Bobby Moore Club including complimentary bar of selected beers, wines & soft drinks for one hour with dance floor and
• Souvenir programme available.
An extra show at Twickenham Stadium has been added after the first date sold out within an hour. Disappointed U2 fans who missed out on tickets for ‘The Joshua Tree Tour’ will be pleased to hear the group have added an extra date Twickenham Stadium. They will now also play the London venue on Sunday July 9 seeing them perform to more than 90,000 fans across the weekend. Recently the Irish rock group, fronted by Bono revealed a world stadium tour in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the The Joshua Tree. They will play the album in full at every European show, where they will be supported by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
U2’s show looks to be one of the biggest music events of the year!
Age Restrictions – to be advised.
Since March 2016, the A Head Full Of Dreams Tour has played to 2.5 million people across Latin America, the US and Europe, including four sold-out
nights at London’s Wembley Stadium.
The Telegraph called it “a colourful, vibrant celebration of life”, while the Evening Standard said: “Kings of the stadium…a dazzling slice of pure paradise.”
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*Please note that the bar will open 1 hour after the gates open to the general public and will close at the discretion of Principality Stadium.