Manchester’s Co-Op Live Pauses Operations As Take That Moves Multiple Shows To AO Arena SuperNayr

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MANCHESTER, UK (CelebrityAccess) — Manchester’s Co-Op Live Arena continues to shed shows as the legendary British pop group Take That has moved multiple planned performances to nearby AO Arena.

Take That announced the venue change on their social media channels on Thursday night.

AO Arena confirmed the venue change on its own social media:

Additionally, Co-Op Live announced it was pausing public operations until May 14th while they continue to ensure the arena is ready for guests.

“Following the events that led to the cancelled A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie show on May 1st, we have decided to take a short pause to events at Co-op Live to fully ensure the safety and security of fans and artists visting the venue. This time will allow for an independent inspection of all elements of the arena ceiling. We have worked with promoters to limit the impact on fans and keep as many shows as possible in Manchester.”

Along with the previously postponed A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Olivia Rodrigo shows which were canceled earlier this week, the venue announced that Keane’s upcoming show on May 5th has also been postponed and will be rescheduled at a future date.

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