Premiership club spends £100,000 to control noise levels
Arsenal bosses have spent £100,000 in an attempt to control noise levels at Bruce Springsteen‘s upcoming gigs at north London‘s Emirates Stadium.
Organisers have installed a massive curtain to cut noise pollution to surrounding areas.
The maximum volume permitted by Islington Council for the two gigs tonight and tomorrow (May 30, 31) is 75 decibels, and the gig must end by 10.30pm (BST).
Tony Miller, the head of Highbury Fields Association, told The London Paper: “Some of our members are very worried that the sound levels will be intolerable.”
Springsteen is the first artist to perform at the 60,000-capacity stadium.