Guy Sebastian was forced to postpone his tour date after testing positive for COVID-19
Guy Sebastian was forced to postpone several upcoming shows in Queensland.
Australian singer, person of yesterday testified in a Sydney courtroom against his former managerannounced on Thursday, he has tested positive for COVID-19.
“I’d love to make this statement,” he told fans on Instagram.
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“Unfortunately, the upcoming Guy Sebastian Cairns TRUTH show scheduled for Tuesday May 10 and the upcoming Townsville show, scheduled for May 11 will be rescheduled due to Guy Sebastian testing positive for coronavirus. Covid-19 on the afternoon of Thursday 5 May,” the statement said.
“I’m so looking forward to performing in Cairns & Townsville next week. I’m sorry to disappoint my fans and I promise to do something even more special when I can perform as a thank you for being able to do so. your patience and understanding.”
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All Cairns and Townsville show ticket holders are being notified of the postponement via email and are being asked to keep their tickets, with a new date to be announced soon.
The rest of the tour remains as scheduled, with Sebastian resuming his performances from Friday, May 13 on the Gold Coast.
“Touring in these times is certainly challenging but what will always be the number one priority is the safety and health of our artists, fans, tour crew and venue staff.” , TEG Live executive director Tim McGregor said of the announcement.
“I can assure you that we are working hard to confirm the rescheduled dates and that ticket holders will be notified soon. We look forward to the show returning as soon as possible. .”
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