A new date has been announced after a one-man show in Lancaster by Status Quo lead singer Francis Rossi was postponed.
The 'Tunes and Chat' show was scheduled to take place at the Lancaster Grand tonight (May 21) but has now been postponed until Tuesday October 10.
A statement on the Lancaster Grand Facebook page said: "Due to circumstances beyond the promoter's control, it's necessary to reschedule Francis Rossi's performance at Lancaster Grand Theatre.
"Francis looks forward to seeing fans later on October 10th - and to sharing an evening of Tunes and Chat. Tickets remain valid and ticket holders do NOT need to contact box office, which will automatically transfer seats to the new dates. The promoter apologises for any inconvenience caused.
"Thank you for your patience and understanding."
Rossi, who recently gave an exclusive interview to Beyond Radio, has been on a UK tour talking to audiences about his career which began in the 1960s and has included 22 UK Top 10 singles, 25 UK Top 10 albums, and around 6,000 gigs playing to 25 million people - including famously opening Live Aid at Wembley in 1985 with 'Rockin' All Over the World'.