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|Date||Saturday 8th June 2019|
|Description||British rock behemoths Muse will return to the Royal Albert Hall for a special show in aid of The Prince's Trust. This one-off gig follows the November release of Simulation Theory, the band's eighth studio album, and will be the band's first performance at the venue since 2008.|
|Time(s)||Jun 8, phone for times|
|Location||Etihad Stadium (City Of Manchester Stadium)|
|Price||phone for prices|
|Telephone No.||0844 477 5775|
|Web links||Related link|
Etihad Stadium (City Of Manchester Stadium)
|Disabled facilities||Parking: 55 perimeter car parking spaces that are allocated to disabled seasoncard holders. 47 spaces around Reebok City. 219 spaces on North car park one 250 metres from the stadium.
Facilities: 30 disabled toilets - within the stadium, 10 toilets on level one, 8 toilets on level two, 8 toilets on box level two and 4 toilets on level three. All toilets are fitted with radar locks and keys are available from nearby stewards.
Wheelchair Places: 185 home - 24 spaces on level three in the west and east stands. 40 spaces on level two in the west and east stands. 123 spaces on level one in the west, east, south and north stands. 9 away in the south stand level one.
Visual Places: 27 home in the east stand with assistants seated next to the visually impaired supporter. 5 away seated in away section with assistants seated next to the visually impaired supporter. We provide headsets for our visually impaired supporters to listen to match commentary.
Hearing Places: There is a loop system in place within the stadium on level one in all stands.
Ambulant Places: 35 places, all covered and at various points within ground. Helpers sit beside.
|Parking||There is little parking at the stadium for supporters and there is a residents only parking scheme in the streets near to it, which extends about a mile out from the stadium. It means parking further away and then walking to the stadium. Some unofficial car parks have sprung up mostly charging around £5 per car. Peter Llewellyn adds; 'The road links are busy even on non-match days so make sure you allow plenty of time. The stadium is part of Sportcity so car users should follow the brown Sportcity signs until near the stadium'|
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