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Awards all round for Arcade Fire SSE Arena shows

Arcade Fire, agent Emma Banks and promoter Toby Leighton-Pope were gifted framed plaques after their recent run of sold-out dates at SSE Arena Wembley

By IQ on 17 Apr 2018

Arcade Fire, Infinite Content tour, SSE Arena Wembley

The band with Harrison (far left), Drury (third left) and Leighton-Pope (far right)

Arcade Fire have been presented with award frames by the SSE Arena, Wembley, after last week’s sold-out three-date run at the London venue.

The Canadian act played three nights in the round at the 12,500-cap. arena on 11, 12 and 13 April, for which they were gifted plaques by SSE Arena Wembley vice-president/GM John Drury and bookings manager James Harrison.

Over the course of the three-night run, part of their Infinite Content tour, the band were also joined by special guests on stage for surprise performances: Chrissie Hynde on the first night, Jarvis Cocker on night two and Florence Welch and Boy George on night three. Boy George’s band, Culture Club, will play a headline show at the AEG-operated arena on 14 November.

Also receiving awards were the band’s managers, Izvor Zivkovic and Dounia Mikou, agent Emma Banks (CAA) and promoter Toby Leighton-Pope (AEG Presents).


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