The opening date for Co-op Live, a new 23,500-capacity arena under construction in Manchester, has been pushed back to April 2024.
The venue, which will be the UK’s largest live entertainment arena, had previously been expected to open by the end of this year, but it has emerged today (Monday) that the first events will not be held until next spring.
Co-op Live is a joint venture between Oak View Group and City Football Group and will form part of Manchester’s Etihad Campus. It is being built at a cost of £365m (€423m/$452m) and is scheduled to host over 120 shows annually.
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