Legendary Salford University graduate, Peter Kay, said he is “truly gutted” for fans as he’s been forced to reschedule his Co-op Live arena gig. 

The event has been postponed following a failed test of their fully electric sustainable new venue.

The dates will move from Tuesday April 23 and 24 to Monday April 29 and 30.

Credit Peter McDermott

Peter Kay himself shared his anguish with fans, stating: “I’m truly gutted as I know how disappointing this will be for everyone with tickets.

“Obviously it’s a brand-new venue and it’s important that everything is finished and safe for full capacity audiences.”

“Fortunately, we’ve been able to reschedule the shows to next week, (I’ll have to miss my Bums & Tums class) but hopefully I’ll see you then.”

Other events at the Co-op Live arena should go ahead as normal, such as The Black Keys on April 27 in the lower bowl.

A Co-op Live spokesperson stated: “It is critical to ensure we have a consistent total power supply to our fully electric sustainable venue, the completion of which is a few days behind.

“Rescheduling gives us the extra time we need to continue testing thoroughly.”

Due to the rescheduling of the two shows, tickets for the delayed event have become available.

Tickets for the rescheduled dates can be found here.

Tickets are limited to 10 per person.

For information about the event click the link below to view our article on our website.

Comedian Peter Kay to be first on stage at new Co-op Live Arena

Information on the event can be found below.

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