All you need to know ahead of The Killers concert at Carrow Road

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The Killers are coming to Carrow Road in Norwich in June 2022. - Credit: Archant

With The Killers set to rock Carrow Road in Norwich this June, here is all you need to know ahead of the show. 

When is the show and what can I expect? 

The American band will perform at the Norwich stadium on Thursday, June 9, on their Imploding the Mirage tour, which was postponed from 2020 due to the Covid pandemic.

The group, fronted by Brandon Flowers, will play new material alongside classic hits such as Mr Brightside and When We Were Young. 

Who are the support act? 

Indie pop band Blossoms are the support act for the show.

What time does the stadium open? 

The gates will open at 5.30pm, with the external catering village open from 12pm to 5.30pm for everyone and ticket-holders only from 5.30pm.

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The Blossoms perform from 6.50pm and The Killers go on stage at 8.30pm. 

What is the setlist? 

The rumoured setlist has been revealed and it includes plenty of fan favourites - view it here. 

Will I be able to purchase food and drink in the stadium and can I bring my own?

There will be food and drink available to buy, including alcohol for over 18s with a photo ID. 

You can't bring your own food and drink, apart from one sealed bottle of water per person in a transparent plastic container with a maximum size of 500ml.

There will be free water re-fill stations at the venue. 

If you have a medical condition then a doctor's note will permit diet-specific food and drink only. 

The Killers play Carrow Road on June 9 2022. 

The Killers play Carrow Road on June 9 2022. - Credit: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Are there cash machines at the stadium?

There are no cash machines, with the nearest at Morrisons.

The kiosks all take contactless/card payments. 

What size bag can I bring and what can't I bring?

Bags larger than a piece of A4 paper are not allowed and all bags will be searched upon entry. 

Items not allowed are umbrellas, professional cameras or recording equipment, glass, cans, bottles, thermos flasks, flammable liquids and aerosols, laser pens or pointers, laptops and iPads, banners, flags, inflatables, selfie sticks, air horns, whistles, confetti, knives, weapons, fireworks, confetti, glitter bombs, and sprays. 

How can I get there and is there parking?

Carrow Road is a 10 minute minute walk from Norwich Station and around a 20 minute walk from Norwich Bus Station.

A number of extra train services have been announced by Greater Anglia. 

Additional Konectbus park and ride services will be running from Thickthorn Park and Ride to Norwich Bus Station from 4pm to 7pm, returning every five minutes between 10.45pm and 11.45pm with standard fares. 

See other bus timetables, including late night services, on the First Bus website. 

There will be no event parking, but you can park at Morrisons at Riverside for £10 per car (cash only and pay on the day) with all money going to charity Together for Short Lives.

There are many car parks in Norwich including Rose Lane and Castle Quarter - for accessible parking contact

Where can I buy tickets?

There are some tickets remaining on Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours, and Eventim.

There is an accessible viewing platform and allocated aisle seating for customers with requirements. Contact the Ticket Office to purchase tickets on 01603 721902 option 1.

Also visit the Canaries website for hospitality tickets.