Rod Stewart's anticipated Bowral concert has been postponed.
Due to ongoing travel restrictions, border closures and continued limitations on mass gatherings, the tour will take place in March and April 2022.
Stewart was due to perform at Centennial Vineyards in Bowral on Sunday, October 25.
Rod Stewart apologised to fans who looked forward to the concert this year.
"I'm so sorry to say my tour this year has been postponed," he said.
"I'll be there in 2022, March and April, and it's going to be great!"
Tickets for all A Day on the Green performances will be valid for the corresponding rescheduled shows without the need for exchange and we encourage ticketholders to hold onto their tickets.
Patrons who are unable to attend the new dates can obtain a full refund from their authorised point of purchase.
Requests for refunds must be submitted within 30 days from notification.
Only the credit card holder who purchased the tickets can seek a refund via their authorised point of purchase.
If you received your tickets any other way, including via Ticket Forward, you will need to contact the original ticket buyer for your refund.
A Roundhouse Entertainment spokesperson advised ticket holders to contact their original point of purchase with any further questions.
"Roundhouse Entertainment and Live Nation apologise to any ticketholders who have been inconvenienced by the rescheduling, and thank fans for their understanding and support during these unprecedented circumstances," the spokesperson said.
"We hope everyone is keeping safe and look forward to seeing you all at a day on the green again soon."
Visit www.livenation.com.au for further information regarding all rescheduled dates on the legendary singer-songwriter's Australian tour.