Gerry Cinnamon in Hampden: Glasgow singer-songwriter announces postponed concert
Local hero Gerry Cinnamon has confirmed that a first concert in Glasgow for 2020 has been postponed for a year and will now take place in 2022.
The Castlemilk musician was originally slated to make Hampden headlines in July 2020, with 50,000 tickets sold in minutes in November 2019.
However, the coronavirus hampered the concert and it was postponed for 12 months and rescheduled for July 2021.
Still, with restrictions still in place for concerts and festivals, Gerry took to Instagram this evening to confirm that a number of dates on his UK and Ireland tour have been moved, including the concert in Hampden which will now take place on July 16, 2022.
Glasgow announced: “Alright everyone. I’ve been AWOL for quite a while while taking care of things, but I got out the other side and it looks like we can replay so we have now rescheduled tour dates.
“I had to wait to see what the crisis is for each country, so it took a while. Appreciate the patience.
“New dates for Gerry Cinnamon’s 2020 UK + IRE tour. All existing tickets will remain valid.
“All decisions were made with the information available at the time from the authorities, sites and developers concerned.”
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