George Ezra Finsbury Park: time, banned items, support acts

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George Ezra will play the biggest headlining show of his career to date.

The singer from Budapest will play at Finsbury Park tomorrow (July 17).

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He is accompanied by a variety of support acts playing throughout the afternoon and evening.

It is the last of three major events in Finsbury Park, north London, following the Sam Fender concert on Friday (15 July) and the Community Festival on Saturday (16 July).

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If you’re going to the concert, here’s everything you need to know:

When is the George Ezra concert at Finsbury Park?

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The concert will take place on Sunday 17 July.

Finsbury Park is in north London.

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What are the nearest subway stations?

The closest tube stations to the concert are Finsbury Park and Manor House.

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Is it cancelled?

A yellow weather warning for heat is in effect for Finsbury Park on Sunday.

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Despite the high temperatures, the concert should still take place.

Sealed water bottles of 750ml or less are now allowed on site and fans are encouraged to wear a hat and stay hydrated.

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When does the concert start?

Gates open at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

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The first act is performed at 12:45 p.m.

What items are prohibited?

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The following items are prohibited:

  • aerosols
  • air horns
  • alcohol
  • Animals (except assistance dogs)
  • balloons
  • Grills and any kind of cooking equipment
  • Cycles
  • blowtorches
  • cans
  • Chairs of any kind (including stools, floor seats, and shooting batons)
  • Soft drinks
  • drones, drugs
  • gas cylinders
  • Pavilions/parasols/large (golf) parasols
  • Glass (including glass makeup or perfume bottles)
  • Grocery baskets/cooler bags/boxes
  • Fire
  • firewood
  • Fireworks
  • flags on poles,
  • torches
  • generators of any kind
  • Illegal Substances
  • inflatable furniture
  • Items that can be considered weapons
  • Legal highs (including “legal highs” – this includes nitrous oxide and related equipment, including balloons)
  • Laser Equipment/Pens
  • Liquids/gels over 100ml
  • megaphones
  • New Psychoactive Substances (NPS)
  • petrol burner
  • pyrotechnics
  • recording or broadcasting devices
  • roller skates
  • scooter
  • sky or “Chinese” lanterns
  • Smoke Bombs / Canisters
  • Sound systems (including personal speakers)
  • spray cans
  • tabards/safety vests
  • illegal buses
  • coaches or trucks
  • unidentified substances
  • Merchandise with unauthorized event or artist logos
  • motorcycle helmets
  • personal drones

What are the set times?

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The scheduled times for the concert are as follows:

  • 12.45pm – London International Gospel Choir
  • 1.35pm – Mychelle
  • 2:35 p.m. – The big moon
  • 3.35pm – Holly Humberstone
  • 4:40 p.m. – Mimi Webb
  • 5:55 p.m. – Blossoms
  • 7:35 p.m. – George Ezra

What is the possible setlist?

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Setlist.fm have confirmed the songs played by George Ezra at his last concert, which took place in Oxford on Thursday (July 14).

  • Everyone for you (Tiger Lily)
  • Cassy O’
  • Go away
  • Gold Rush Kid (live debut)
  • Pretty bright people
  • listen to the man
  • Barcelona
  • hold my girl
  • savior
  • did you hear the rain
  • Dance Over Me (Live Debut)
  • all my love
  • Blame it on me
  • Green green grass
  • Budapest

However, the setlist could look very different at Finsbury Park.

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Can you still get tickets?

The concert in Finsbury Park seats 45,000 spectators.

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Tickets start from £55 per person.

What did George Ezra say about the concert?

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It’s the biggest headline show of George Ezra’s career to date.

Taking to social media, he said, “I look forward to creating memories with you.”

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What is the weather forecast?

A yellow weather warning for heat is in effect for Finsbury Park on Sunday.

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It will be sunny and very warm.

Highs of 30°C are expected between 3pm and 6pm.

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It’s supposed to be around 29°C when George Ezra takes the stage.

Is there a location map?

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when will it end

The concert ends at 9:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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Which streets will be closed?

The Seven Sisters Road between Fonthill Road and Green Lanes is closed from 9pm to 10.30pm.

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Stroud Green Road will be closed between Seven Sisters Road and Tollington Park / Upper Tollington Park from 8:30pm to 11:30pm.

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