GLASTONBURY headliner Rod Stewart has postponed dates on his UK tour on doctor’s orders.
The veteran rocker is scheduled to close this year’s Glastonbury festival with a headline appearance on the Pyramid Stage (June 30).
However, an “extremely severe sore throat” has meant that this evening’s gig at Dublin’s Lansdowne Road has been postponed until tomorrow (21).
As a result, a show at the Glasgow SECC has been moved from June 22 to June 24. Original tickets are valid for the new dates.