Bon Jovi 2006 (Milton Keynes)

11 June 2006

Wembley hopeful for gigs

22 February 2006
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Officials behind the new Wembley Stadium say they're hopeful that planned gigs by Bon Jovi, The Rolling Stones, Robbie Williams and Take That will still go ahead despite the huge construction project being delayed.

Further delays to the £445m stadium have forced the Football Association to move the FA Cup Final in May to Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

Bon Jovi are scheduled to be the first band to play the new Wembley on 10-11 June, before Take That (24 June), The Rolling Stones (22 August), and Robbie Williams (14 September) play the stadium.

And while officials are determined for the gigs to go ahead they say they can't rule out the possibility of them being cancelled.

A spokesperson said: "We're very hopeful the concerts will go ahead. We are talking with the music promoters but we have not made our decision"

All sounds faily dodgy but if you trust them there are still tickets available for Bon Jovi, including Hotel Packages.

The remaining dates are all sold out. Obviously full refunds will be made if any are scrapped due to further construction delays.



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