NASHVILLE IN CONCERT - Manchester update

10/06/2017

Following last month's tragic incident and the subsequent temporary closure of the main area outside the venue, Manchester Arena has no other option than to cancel the forthcoming Nashville event on Saturday 17 June.

 

The shows will now take place at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on the same date across a matinee and evening performance.

 

Ticketholders for the original Arena date will be given a full refund and the chance to re-book tickets, 48hrs before the general public, for the new O2 Apollo show.

 

Fans will be contacted direct by their original ticket agent with details of how to book for the new change in venue.

 

We apologise for not being able to stage this event and for the inconvenience caused to our customers.

 

Further information on all other upcoming events will be announced shortly.

 


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