Pete Doherty cancels gig tonight in Glasgow

The Libertines man will no longer appear at the O2 ABC this evening (September 25)

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Pete Doherty has cancelled his show tonight (September 25) in Glasgow.

The former Libertines man was supposed to be playing the O2 ABC venue, but the show was called off at the last minute.

The venue announced news of the cancellation via Twitter, writing:



They added: "We are looking to reschedule the cancelled Peter Doherty gig to another date."

This is the second show in a row in Glasgow that the singer has cancelled. Fans took to his official Facebook page to express their disappointment. Samantha Sweeney wrote: "That's twice I've paid to see you and twice you've not turned up, your an absolute discrace [sic] to your fans! Get your act together!!". Donna Manson added: "Oh so disappointed!"

Doherty is still set to play The Ironworks in Inverness tomorrow night (September 26) and Le Gibus in Paris on Friday (September 28).

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