Peter Kay fans have shared their frustrations at event organisers as his shows at Manchester’s new Co-op Live arena have been postponed again.

If you’ve already bought tickets for the event like many other fans, you might be wondering what happens now.

The shows have been given new dates and fans have been given some options for what to do with their tickets.

What happens to tickets now Peter Kay’s shows have been postponed again?

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, Peter Kay explained to fans that the arena still wasn’t “ready” to allow fans to visit for the shows.

He explained that “the first available dates the shows can reschedule to are Mon 29th April to Thurs 23rd May

“Tues 30th April to Frid 24th May”, adding that tickets can be “transferred”.

He said: “Tickets will be transferred, or refunds given if the new dates aren’t suitable. It’s very disappointing but your safety is important, and I won’t compromise that.”

Therefore, fans who can still make the new show dates are able to use their tickets from the postponed dates.

However, those who now aren’t available for the shows can get a refund for their tickets.

One fan replied to Kay’s post, saying they were able to make the new dates: “Not your fault but frustrating for everyone. Just relieved I can still make the new date - just!”

Another fan took it well, adding a laughing and crying emoji, writing: “Well Peter I guess I’ll see you the 24th. 3rd time lucky & all that”.

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However, some have been left disappointed with one saying: “Gutted I had tickets for the first date but after it got cancelled I cancelled the ticket for the 2 nd date Monday because I couldn’t make that date and now it’s changed again to a date I can go to I can’t get a ticket

“so much for a happy birthday for me Peter take care”, adding two sad face emojis.

Others were keen to let Peter Kay know that they are aware the postponing of shows isn’t his fault.