Barely a week after the massive Oasis/Foo Fighters/Razorlight gig at the Millennium Stadium, rumours started to circulate about another huge concert in the Millennium Stadium.
The Western Mail reported on it, the stadium manager, Paul Sergeant commented on it and today it has been confirmed.
The Darkness, The Strokes & Super Furry Animals have all been confirmed at the gig to be held on Saturday 28th January.
The aim of the concert is to support a global campaign to tackle environmental change, with all proceeds from the concert going to the ‘One Earth Trust’
Concert goers and television viewers will see 20-40 minute performances from at least 10 major artists on the bill and in between sets worldwide celebrities and dignitaries will encourage the public to switch to renewable energy via video and films.
So, 20-40 minutes from at least 10 major artists? Sounds good to me!
Although the one downside to it, is that tickets will cost Ã‚Â£40. Considerably higher than the last two major gigs put on at the stadium (Ã‚Â£20 for Tsunami gig & Ã‚Â£35 for Oasis/Foos).