GERRY Cinnamon has postponed his homecoming Hampden Park show due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Castlemilk-born singer-songwriter was expected to play Scotland's national stadium on July 3. 

The sold-out show had been rescheduled from last year but now promoters are delaying the concert again citing the uncertainty of coronavirus pandemic.

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A statement said: "Gerry Cinnamon UK/IRE headline shows in May, June, and July 2021 will no longer take place as scheduled due to COVID-19 restrictions and continuing uncertainty.

"All shows in this period will be rescheduled.

"New dates to be announced soon.

"All tickets will be valid for new dates."

The concert was expected to be his biggest city show to date with a 50-000 capacity at the stadium. 

Gerry is best known for hit singles Belter and Canter.