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Ipswich Town set to reveal major musical event at Portman Road

Huge crowds arrived at Portman Road to see Pink perform in 2010. PIcture: ALEX FAIRFULL

Huge crowds arrived at Portman Road to see Pink perform in 2010. PIcture: ALEX FAIRFULL

Ipswich Town Football Club are set to announce a major musical event coming to Portman Road.

The club are keeping news on who will be performing close to its chest - but all will become clear when it makes the announcement at 11am today.

Portman Road has hosted some of the best known names in music over the years.

During the 90s world renowned acts such as Tina Turner, Status Quo, Rod Stewart, Dire Straights and Bryan Adams graced the stage while the 2000s saw performances by Elton John, James Blunt, Neil Diamond, REM, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Pink and Barry Manilow.

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has said in the past he would love to play at Portman Road.

Who would you like to see perform at Portman Road? Let us know in the comments.

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