Craig David has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Garage legend was forced to postpone his BRITs War Child charity concert at London’s Under The Bridge on Thursday (17.02.22) after waking up feeling “a bit funky” and later finding out he had a coronavirus.
The ‘7 Days’ hitmaker, who is in self-isolation, will now play the concert on March 10.
In a statement posted to his social media pages, the 40-year-old singer said: “I’m so sorry but I woke up feeling a bit funky this morning so I did some tests and unfortunately I didn’t. have tested positive for Covid. I’m feeling fine and resting in isolation. My apologies to anyone coming to my BRITs War Child show this coming Thursday, this has been postponed and will now take place on Thursday 10 March… Hope you all can still make it!”
Damon Albarn, who plays a solo gig at the Troxy in London on Sunday (20.02.22), is still set to perform as part of BRITs Week presented by Mastercard for War Child.
Anne-Marie, Joy Crookes, Bastille, Becky Hill, Maisie Peters, Fontaines DC and Mimi Webb all played intimate gigs to raise money for the non-profit, which supports children in some of the worst conflict zones in the world.
The last remaining tickets are available at www.britsweekwarchild.co.uk