Two Door Cinema Club, The Libertines and Supergrass to play UK’s first socially distanced gigs

Two Door Cinema Club, The Libertines and Supergrass to play UK’s first socially distanced gigs

The Virgin Money Unity Arena, which is set to open at Newcastle Racecourse, will allow fans across the North East to enjoy music for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Two Door Cinema Club, The Libertines and Supergrass are among the leading acts for the UK’s first socially distanced music venue this summer.

Taking place until Saturday 5th September, fans can also expect sets from the likes of The Libertines, Tom Grennan, Maximo Park and comedy shows from Bill Bailey and Jason Manford.

Fans will be able to pre-order food and drinks, while a one-way system will allow for the safe and full use of toilet facilities.