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Stereophonics and Tom Jones in Cardiff: Stage times, banned items, road closures, support and more

The Welsh legends are playing in the Principality Stadium.Welsh music greats Stereophonics and Tom Jones will be taking over the Principality Stadium performing to thousands of fans. Many fans will be looking forward to this epic concert as it was cancelled in December 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Now the two Welsh acts will be performing in the stadium on Friday June 17 and Saturday June 19. Cardiff is set to be very busy with fans travelling in to see the shows and for an event this big concert goers could have a lot of questions from what you can take into the stadium to road closures for the event to the set times and setlist.We’ve compiled this handy guide including everything you need to know for when Stereophonics and Tom Jones take over Cardiff. Keep up to date with all the latest Whats On new s by signing up to our newsletter here.When is Stereophonics and Tom Jones playing in Cardiff?Stereophonics and Tom Jones will be playing in Cardiff on Friday June 17 and Saturday June 18. They will be playing at the Principality Stadium.

What time are they on stage?

Gates to the Principality Stadium open at 3pm and there will now be two Welsh support acts as Catfish and the Bottlemen have pulled out of the gig. Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard will kick off the show on both days at 3.40pm on Friday Feeder will perform at 4.45pm and on Saturday Gruff Rhys at 4.45pm.On both days Sir Tom Jones will take to the stage at 6.15pm and Stereophonics will begin their set at 8pm.

Who are the support acts?

Stereophonics and Tom Jones will have three different support acts across the two shows. Since Catfish and the Bottlemen have pulled out of the gig due to unforeseen practical issues Feeder and Gruff Rhys will fill their spot.Feeder are a rock band formed in Newport and they have 11 studio albums four EPs and a whopping 43 singles. They will be performing on Friday June 17.Gruff Rhys is a Welsh musician from Pembrokeshire and he has also performed in bands as well as a solo artist. He will be performing on Saturday June 18.

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