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Welsh rock band Stereophonics cancel Inverness Bught Park gig as result of coronavirus pandemic

By Ian Duncan

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Stereophonics have cancelled July's Bught Park gig.
Stereophonics have cancelled July's Bught Park gig.

Stereophonics' planned summer gig in Inverness is the latest city event to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 crisis.

The Welsh rock band had been due to entertain fans at Bught Park on Saturday, July 11.

The cancellation of the Highland capital date along with other planned gigs was announced today via social media.

A statement posted by the band on social media read: "In addition to the Summer festival cancellations already announced, we are sorry to also announce that the Stereophonics summer shows in Inverness (11/7), Edinburgh (23/7) and Bangor (25/7) have been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.

"Ticket refunds will be issued from the point of purchase. Ticket holders will be contacted by their ticket agent within 14 days."

Stereophonics are known for hits such as 'Mr Writer', 'Have a Nice Day' and 'Handbags and Gladrags'.

They have played to fans all across the globe, achieved seven number one albums, five BRIT Award nominations – with one BRIT Award win.

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