Metros will now run as planned around the Foo Fighters concert at the Sunderland Stadium of Light on Monday May 25.
A full service will now be in operation on concert day - with additional trains in place at stations close to the stadium.
Despite this, though, fans are being advised to arrive at the location early.
More tickets for the show have also been released and can be bought from the Stadium of Light ticket office direct or by called (0191) 551 5004.
KEY TIMINGS (approximate and may be subject to change on the day)
- 2pm onwards External courtyards open
- 4pm Stadium doors open
- 6:00pm - The Strypes
- 7:00pm - The Kaiser Chiefs
- 8:30pm - The Foo Fighters
- 11pm Show ends (approximate time)
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Northumbria Police is reminding people going to next week's Foo Fighters concert at the Stadium of Light to plan ahead before travelling.
More than 50,000 people are expected to travel to Sunderland when the band take to the stage on bank holiday Monday.
Police are urging gig-goers to think about their personal safety and to take care of their property.
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Music fans are being reminded to take care of their property when attending the Foo Fighters concert next week in Sunderland.
Police say it is important to look after valuables at the show. Around 50,000 fans are expected at the Stadium of Light on Monday, May 25. They added that with such a large number of people attending the event, it could attract opportunist thieves and pickpockets.
People at the gig should keep phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, wallets and any other valuables safe. Items should be stored in zip pockets or kept close to them at all times.
"Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the Stadium of Light on Monday all looking forward to a great night.
"We want people to remember their night for the right reasons and not for being a victim of crime.
"We know people will be using cameras and mobile phones to take pictures throughout the event and it's really important they do everything they can to protect them.
"We don't want to seem like killjoys because we know people are at the gig to enjoy themselves.
"We would just ask that concert-goers to bear in mind that there may be opportunist thieves taking advantage of the event. Don't give them any opportunity and keep your valuables safe."
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