To go ahead

To go in advance.
To go on onward.
To push on in an enterprise.

See also: Ahead, Ahead, Ahead

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The Welsh chart-toppers were due to perform at Birmingham's Genting Arena on Thursday and decided to go ahead despite major problems on trains and buses due to bad weather.
"Services scheduled on 6, 7, 8, 10 & 11 March are expected to go ahead, and we are now running additional Tornado services on Friday, March 9 at 9.30am and 12.40pm to enable guests who have previously booked for this weekend to move their date.
Speaking with our correspondent on Thursday, the Anambra REC said its legal department had studied the judgements and asked it to go ahead with the election as ordered by the court of appeal as against Tsoho Federal High Court judgement.
GO AHEAD EAGLES v FERENCVAROS 7pm By Steve Davies FERENCVAROS, one of only a handful of clubs involved in the opening qualifying round of the Europa League to have won a major European trophy, can get off to a winning start this season away to Go Ahead Eagles.
VILLA'S Premier League match against Fulham is to go ahead tomorrow.
DF Concerts, who promoted Wednesday's Scissor Sisters gig at the SECC, have asked us to clarify that they did not defy police advice to go ahead with the concert.
"But if they are to go ahead, from New Zealand's perspective, conditions have to be safe and sound for our people," Key said.
"I am very surprised that the game looks set to go ahead, but apparently they have not had the level of snow over their way that we have suffered at the YM," said Scholes.
Global Banking News-20 March 2009-Venezuela to go ahead with nationalisation of Santander bank unit(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
ABTA spokesman Sean Tipton said: "We don't normally arrange for trips to go ahead after a company ceases trading and all the people on the cruise would have been refunded anyway.
PLANS for a new summit cafe on Snowdon are to go ahead after the proposals were modified to cut costs and extra funds raised.
However, Shels were furious yesterday when referee Alan Kelly allowed the eircom Premier Division clash between Tolka tenants Shamrock Rovers and Bohemians to go ahead on the pitch.