The home of Manchester City F.C., the Etihad Stadium is one of Manchester, England’s most famous landmarks. Built to host the 2002 Commonwealth Games, this 60,000-capacity stadium is the regular site of summer music concerts featuring the world’s biggest acts including Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.
In its short history The Etihad Stadium (formally known as the City of Manchester Stadium) has hosted a number of notable events in other sports and music. It has hosted the 2008 UEFA Cup Final between Zenit Saint Petersburg and Rangers, Ricky Hatton’s light welterweight title defence against Juan Lazcano, and the 2015 Rugby World Cup group stage game between England and Uruguay.
Outside of the football season, the Etihad is one of the United Kingdom’s largest music venues, attracting world-renowned artists to play there every year. From the first summer concert to take place at the stadium - Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2004 – the Etihad has welcomed musicians as massive as U2, Foo Fighters and Taylor Swift to play on its pitch. The size and grandeur of the Etihad makes catching any gig there an unforgettable experience.
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