Tickets for Blink 182’s relocated Manchester Arena gig will not be valid for the US rock band’s show in the UK city as the venue remains closed following last month’s terror attack.

The band will perform on the same date, July 14, however the concert has been moved to the Manchester Castlefield Bowl. Organisers said fans with Arena tickets are not guaranteed a ticket for the new location.

Organisers said fans will be fully refunded, but will be required to buy a new ticket for the Castlefield Bowl show if they still wish to see Blink 182 play in Manchester.

Manchester Arena has remained closed since 22 people were killed and dozens more were left injured after a bomb attack at the Manchester Arena on May 22 following the conclusion of pop star Ariana Grande’s concert.

“Please note that tickets for the Manchester Arena show will not be valid for Castlefield Bowl – You must purchase new tickets,” a representative said in a statement.

Tickets will be available on, and will go on sale at 9am on Friday, June 23.

Last week, the Manchester Arena announced it is to remain closed until September.

In a statement, the arena said that it was “always its intention” to stage events as planned this summer, but the level of damage caused to the main public area at the venue is such that it will remain closed for around three months.

Other high-profile acts scheduled to perform at the Arena this summer included Celine Dion, Take That, Linkin Park and Kings of Leon. The Arena said it is working with the promoters of its June, July and August shows to find “suitable solutions” for the events.

In addition, English rock legends Radiohead moved its two planned shows at the Manchester Arena to one collective gig at the Emirates Old Trafford on Tuesday, July 4.

Radiohead will now play at the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club – which recently hosted a huge gig by The Courteeners, The Charlatans, Blossoms and Cabbage, as well as the One Love Manchester benefit gig.

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