A total of 13 charges have been brought against concert promoters, an engineer and a staging company after the death of a man from Doncaster at a Radiohead concert in Toronto.
The Canadian Ministry of Labour brought eight charges against Live Nation Canada and Live Nation Ontario Concerts GP.
Technician Scott Johnson was crushed to death last year just before 40,000 ticket holders were due to arrive at the concert.
The funeral is being held for a Doncaster man who died when the stage collapsed for a Radiohead concert in Canada.
Scott Johnson was working as drum technician when the stage collapsed in Toronto.
Elton John is among the celebrities who have paid tribute to him.
The service will take place at St George’s Parish Church, Doncaster.
A funeral date has been set for a music technician who died when a stage collapsed during a concert. Scott Johnson from Doncaster died in Toronto, where he was working for rock group Radiohead.
A service will be held next Thursday at St George's Parish Church in his home town, followed by a private ceremony at Hickleton. Elton John is among the celebrities to have rung his father Ken to pay tribute.
A message has been posted on Radiohead's website paying tribute to the drum technician from Doncaster who was killed in a stage collapse ahead of their planned concert in Toronto, Canada at the weekend. The tribute describes the 33 year old as a friend and colleague:
Aerial footage of the park in Toronto where Radiohead were due to play a concert shows the scale of the collapse which happened, killing a man from Doncaster and injuring three more.
Tony Bellavance, Fire Services Platoon Chief in Toronto, said officials were alerted to a person trapped under the rubble and crews assisted in extracting the victim.