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EUROVISION TO DISRUPT TOURS?
8/10/22

A host of arena shows at U.K. venues might need to be canceled next year to make space for Eurovision, with dates from Elton John and André Rieu now looking potentially shaky.

A number of British cities are bidding to host the annual competition in 2023, which will require a venue for six to eight weeks around April and May, reports the BBC. Liverpool, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Brighton, Bristol and Belfast are in the running.

Elton John’s rescheduled Farewell Yellow Brick Road dates, which take place in a few of the potential venues across the time period, could be in jeopardy as could shows by André Rieu. If venues need to be free in March and June, dates by Don Broco, Celine Dion and the Pet Shop Boys might also need to be axed or moved.

A venue shortlist will be announced on BBC Radio 2 on Friday morning.

The U.K., which came second place in Eurovision this year, became next year’s host country after safety issues led officials to rule out winner Ukraine.