Irish rock legends Aslan have rescheduled their planned March gig at The Olympia in Dublin to September.
The band, who were set to play the venue on March 16, will now take to the stage on September 23, 2020.
All tickets purchased for original date remain valid for the rescheduled date.
We are delighted to announce that our Olympia Theatre show has been rescheduled! It will now take place on the 23rd September 2020. All original tickets are valid and no exchange is required! pic.twitter.com/5WGt5s9ryi— Aslan (@OfficialAslan) March 18, 2020
The Crazy World hitmakers previously told RTÉ Entertainment that they "wouldn't survive" without their young fans and joked about how their demographic "are all at home minding their grandkids".
The band said they are shocked at the age range of their audience, saying it is "between 9 and 90".
Speaking to RTÉ Entertainment, lead singer Christy Dignam said: "Our demographic, they are all at home minding their grandkids. If we didn't get the younger people coming along we wouldn’t survive. It’s amazing, I don’t know why that is. I try not to analyse it, but it’s great."
Aslan's guitarist Billy McGuinness said he was shocked at the amount of under 18s that attended last year's gig at the Iveagh Gardens.
"I think Aslan’s audience is now between 9 and 90."
Happy St Patrick's Day from all in Aslan, Management & Crew! it’s a strange one this year! When we wrote Crazy World 25 years ago,we felt it was a relevant song then but we could never have imagined that it would be so much more relevant in the situation we are all experiencing! pic.twitter.com/Uvmmrornvu— Aslan (@OfficialAslan) March 17, 2020