Jess Glynne fans can get two tickets for her Carlisle show for the price of one today.

The superstar was forced to postpone her Bitts Park concert on Sunday under doctor’s orders.

But she has rescheduled what she is calling ’the summer blow out party to end all parties’ for September 14 and is offering fans a two-for-one ticket deal.

In a statement to her fans she said: “As you know I’m recovering from some vocal issues and have been told I can only perform two shows in a row at this time, so I’m thrilled we’ve been able to reschedule my Carlisle show for Saturday, September 14.

“Sadly at some other shows that’s not been possible, but I’m hearing you, and I want you to be there for ’the summer blow out party to end all parties’.

“So, anyone who purchases a ticket to this show, I’ll give you the chance to bring a friend for free! I can only do that for a limited number of tickets, due to capacity limitations, so please grab them while they’re available. when they’re gone – they’re gone!

“Looking forward to seeing you in Carlisle on September 14.Thank you for being the best fans ever!”

She pulled out of an appearance in May at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Middlesbrough, and after supporting the Spice Girls on their comeback tour, she withdrew from June’s Isle of Wight Festival at the last minute and also cancelled an appearance at the TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow.

It was discovered that she had suffered a vocal haemorrhage and was ordered to take a break by her doctor.

She said she had been “suffering on and off for weeks with anxiety about my voice.

“It wasn’t right. I wasn’t sounding my best and I felt there was something wrong.”

She said she was told she was “completely overdoing everything” having performed nearly 100 shows in six months.

She said she had been pushing “at times when I know I’ve been tired and overstretched and I got to breaking point, my voice literally got to breaking point”.

Following last week’s news, readers took to the News & Star’s Facebook page to share their thoughts on the postponed gig.

Steph Millar said: “[It’s] upsetting and disappointing for all, but health comes first no matter what your profession.

“Good for her knowing that she isn’t able to give her fans 100 per cent and not giving them a bad performance.”

Zonya Dixon posted: “It’s only been postponed for a few weeks, she’s still doing it and she’s allowing people who already have tickets to fetch a friend free of charge (on her).”

Graeme Harding added: “Seen this coming a mile off, can’t have sold many tickets in the first place.”

Heather Kirkpatrick said: “Now there’s a surprise, even the CFM presenters joked a few weeks ago about this gig not happening.”

The 29-year-old , who appeared at Carlisle racecourse two years ago, is the first British female solo artist to have seven number one singles on the UK Singles Chart.

She shot to fame when she scored two No.1 singles as a featured artist on Clean Bandit’s Rather Be and Route 94’s My Love in 2014. The song Rather Be won a Grammy in 2015 for Best Dance Recording.

Her first solo single, Right Here, released in 2014, reached No.6 in the UK Singles Charts and was followed by the No1 singles Hold My Hand and Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself.

Tickets for rescheduled Bitts Park gig are available online now.

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