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Productiion Company Seeking Comments About Star's Hull Concert

Written by Chief Editor.

The KCOM Stadium is a multi-purpose facility in the city of  Kingston upon Hull in England.

It was previously called the KC Stadium, but was renamed as part of a major rebrand by the stadium's sponsors, telecommunications provider KCOM last year.

On the 19th of July in 2003, Elton played a solo show at the venue. His set list included Ballad of the Boy in the Red Shoes; The One; Philadelphia Freedom; Circle of Life; and Moon River.

A representative from Nova Studios has informed Eltonjohnworld.com that they are making ''a really short film about the importance of the KC Stadium to Hull,'' as the establishment is about to turn 15 years old.
 
''When Sir Elton played the stadium it was just about the biggest thing that ever happened to Hull and we'd love to speak to a big fan about how much it mean for them to see him in their home city.''
 
You can share your thoughts by leaving a message on Nova Studios' contact form online, or sending a note to the Chief Editor of EJW (after clicking on ''Contact'').