The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, announced a series of ten shows at London’s 02 Arena in July. Jackson told the press that these would be that last shows he would ever perform. Jackson has not been on a tour since 1997, and has not headlined a major show since 2001, so expect demand to be through the roof. Sign up to be notified as soon as Michael Jackson tickets for the June shows in London are available.
Frontman Damon Albarn and guitarist Graham Coxon have put aside their differences and reunite Britpop band Blur for a gig in London’s Hyde Park. The show will feature the band’s fulle lineup (including bassist Alex James and drummer Dave Rowntree) and will be followed by other festival appearances.
“It just felt it was right again,” Albarn told NME in an exclusive interview “It somehow feels like there’s something for us to do again, we’re not completely useless or pointless, we’ve got a reason to exist.”
A possible Glastonbury appearance has been mentioned, and a full world tour has been hinted at – but there are no formal plans announced beyond the July3rd headlining show at Hyde Park in London.
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The New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will become the third pair of NFL teams to match up at London’s Wembley Stadium. Last season the New York Giants beat the Miami Dolphins, and just over a month ago the New Orleans Saints beat the San Diego Chargers. Like the two previous across-the-pond games, the 2009 meeting is expected to sell out the full 83,000 seats in the house. This game is highly anticipated, as the Pats and Bucs are responsible for 4 of the last 7 NFL Championships.
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