Music legend Elton John has confirmed he will play at Anfield as part of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road: The Final Tour dates, on Friday June 17, 2022. Read more here.
Details of the three Rugby League World Cup matches to be played in Liverpool in 2021, including a double-header at Anfield, have been announced.
The city will host a trio of games in the tournament, which will see men’s, women’s and wheelchair teams all compete at the same time.
Two games are set to take place at Anfield on Saturday November 13, with the women’s clash between England and Canada first up at 12pm.
That will be followed by a men’s quarter-final at 2.30pm.
The wheelchair final will then be held at the M&S Bank Arena on Friday November 26, getting under way at 7.30pm.
Liverpool will also be the team training base for the Italy and Tonga men’s teams during the tournament.
For more information on the Rugby League World Cup, including how to sign up for ticket alerts, visit www.RLWC2021.com.
The local residents ticket ballot for the 2019 concerts was conducted on 30th April 2019 and residents who were successful in the ballot received a letter in May 2019 confirming their ticket allocation and which concert they have been awarded tickets to.
A letter instructing residents how to enter this ballot was sent to over 1400 households within the Anfield area, this area was based on those households who are directly effected by road closures throughout both the concert and football season. A map outlining the ballot area can be found here.
Out of the 1426 eligible households, 269 entered the ballot.
75 households were successful in winning tickets to the concerts, meaning 150 tickets were won in total.
A similar ballot will be held next year, updates to follow.