SCOTTISH band Kassidy has announced that their sold-out gig at Barrowlands will no longer go ahead as planned.

Scottish band announced the news on social media and said they will instead play on Thursday, June 2, 2022.

They added that tickets purchased for the original date will still be valid next year.

They said: "We are absolutely devastated to announce that unfortunately our show at Barrowland on 23rd December will be rescheduled to Thursday 2nd June 2022.

We want to make sure that this gig is the best possible experience for all of you and we feel that it would be best to put it on hold until next year given the current situation.

Tickets for the 23rd December will still be valid for the new date, and we can’t wait to have this long-awaited celebration with all of you all."

The alternative folk-rock band is on tour with their Hope St 10th Anniversary Show.

The news comes after many other artists have cancelled or rescheduled their upcoming gigs due to concerns about the emerging Omicron variant.

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