Thursday, 24 May 2007

Elton John

Tomorrow sees the first concert to be held at Home Park, namely Elton John, and preparations have been in full swing for some time as many changes have had to been made to the ground. Firstly the Mayflower terrace has had to been gutted to make way for the stage - the crash barriers and pitchside fence have been removed as has the protective cage around the tunnel. Over on the Lyndhurst the front rows of several blocks have been removed to create disabled viewing areas and again the pitchside fencing has gone to allow access to the pitch. The pitch has been overlayed with a protective 'breathable' covering ready for the seating, and the top car park now houses the production village.

Some pictures can be found
here (PAFCTalk) and here (Official Site)

As you should be aware there is NO PARKING available at Home Park tomorrow, and there will be traffic warden patrols in the surrounding streets. Concert goers must use the
Park and Ride facilities.

Additionally the traditional car boot sale held on Sundays in the upper car park is cancelled this week.

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