Rod Stewart, 75, issues apology in new video after major change of plan: 'I'm sorry'


Sir Rod Stewart took to Twitter and explained that the dates for his Australia and New Zealand tour have been postponed following the coronavirus pandemic. The 75-year-old crooner admitted he was “sorry” that his autumn shows will not take place until two years down the line.

In view of his 457,000 followers, Rod posted a short video as he explained the situation but assured fans he will be back to hit the stage in due course.

The Maggie May hitmaker captioned the post: “Sorry to say that The Australia and New Zealand tour of The Hits!, originally scheduled for October and November of 2020, will be rescheduled.

“BUT I’ll be there in 2022, March and April, and it’s going to be GREEEAAAAT! Hold on to your tickets!”(sic)

The legendary singer also shared a clip issuing an apology while dressed in an all-white ensemble.

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Rod was due to take his Hits music tour to New Zealand and Australia later this year but the plans have been halted due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.

The promoter said in a statement the tour can no longer go ahead “due to ongoing travel restrictions”.

Fans of the star will have to wait until 2022 for the rescheduled tour dates.

Rod has been entertaining crowds over the course of his long-standing music career.


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