Rock and roll band Blondie have postponed their Glasgow gig until next year, and have added The Smiths legend Johnny Marr as a supporting act.
The gig was supposed to take place next month on November 20, but has since been moved to April 22, 2022 to play at the SSE Hyrdo.
As well as a change in date, Blondie have swapped from Scottish supporting act Garbage to Manchester ‘s own rock icon Johnny Marr.
Blondie, fronted by Debbie Harry, revealed the updated tour dates and line up on Instagram: “Having collaborated with Johnny on our last album, and with plans for a new collaboration on our next album, we are looking forward to a long overdue return to the UK, and even better, to sharing the stage with the inspirational musical influence that is Johnny Marr.”
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Some fans were disappointed in the change of show.
One user commented: “I’m gutted it’s not Garbage!”
Another agreed: “How can we have a refund ?”
A third: “Can we at least get an adequate justification for a one month warning about this? I had my plane ticket booked and holidays on purpose for this concert.”
However, some fans were pleased with the new additions.
One user said: “I already had Leeds tickets and was taking my son to his first ever concert (aged 8) and my 15 year old daughter but we all love Johnny Marr too so this has made our day.”
A second agreed: “Even more hyped now.”
A third commented: “WOOO, see you in Glasgow!”
All tickets purchased for this years event still remain valid for the rescheduled date, tickets are still available to purchase here.