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There is a concert in Leeds on Saturday and Sunday. I am working today (Saturday) . We had an email earlier to advise staff who are working this weekend about the alternative routes. Yesterday, before getting off, I wanted to ask the bus driver if (the bus service 50) if our service was affected or not.
Which tense is more appropriate and why?
Is the service (50) affected due to the concert tomorrow or
Will the service be diverted tomorrow due to the concert?
I was not sure whether to use present continuous or simple future and also the common collocation in the given context?
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JigneshbharatiIs the service (50) affected due to by the concert tomorrow?
Will the service be diverted tomorrow due to because of the concert?

As far as the tenses are concerned these are both OK.

According to traditional rules, "due to" is incorrectly used in both sentences. No one follows these rules any more, but, even so, "due to" feels off to me. Opinions may vary.

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Thanks. What is the most natural and grammatically correct question in the above context?
Jigneshbharati Thanks. What is the most natural and grammatically correct question in the above context?

Probably I would say:

Will the/this service be affected by the concert tomorrow?
Will service 50 be affected by the concert tomorrow?
Will the number 50 be affected by the concert tomorrow?

Thanks. I am slightly confused between the use of "to be(is/are) vs "will"

Are the services running normal tomorrow, sounds normal?

Will the service running normal?

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JigneshbharatiAre the services running normally tomorrow?
Will the service be running normally?

These are both OK. Present tense can be used for scheduled future events. See e.g.

https://www.ef.com/wwen/english-resources/english-grammar/simple-present-future-events/

Shouldn't it be "normal " as we are modifying the noun "services" in the above ?

Sorry , bit confused!

JigneshbharatiShouldn't it be "normal " as we are modifying the noun "services" in the above ?

No, that doesn't work. In this sentence we need an adverb describing the manner in which the buses will run.

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