The 78-year-old announced on social media yesterday that the show is in Geelong, part of The Hits! Tour Australia 2023, will not go ahead due to illness.
He was scheduled to perform at Mt. Duneed Estate along with special guests Cyndi Lauper and Jon Stevens.
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The cancellation was announced just hours before work was scheduled to begin, with rescheduling arrangements due to take place “early next week”.
Now, the rock star has revealed that he had to cancel the show after he was diagnosed with a viral infection.
In a post posted on Instagram, he wrote: “I am absolutely disappointed to have disappointed my fans who bought tickets to A Day On The Green.
“Late this morning I was told I had a viral infection and my throat was so irritated it couldn’t sing.
“I am only human and sometimes I get sick like you.
“My greatest pleasure is to perform for you, so I do everything in my power to get better and get back on stage.”
Fans flooded the comments in support of the singer Maggie May.
One person wrote: “God bless you Rod, yes you are human and need to recover, I wish you a speedy recovery.”
Another said, “Take it easy Rod. We totally understand. We want you all to be well and at your best very soon.”
A third person added, “I feel better, Sir Rod.”
Rod Stewart is set to perform at Edinburgh Castle in the summer as part of his world tours, with many Glasgow fans expected to travel to the capital.
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