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Pop singer Jess Glynne has postponed her appearance in Carlisle on Sunday.
She's tweeted to say she's had a problem with her voice, and has been advised to perform no more than two consecutive shows.
In her Twitter post, the singer told ticket holders they have until Monday to claim a free ticket for each one they've already purchased, as a thank you "for hanging in there whilst I get better".
The concert has been re-arranged for Saturday 14 September in Bitts Park.
Jess Glynne has pulled out of a concert in Staffordshire next month because she says her vocal chords need urgent rest.
Writing on Twitter, Glynne said: "I came to Boston to see my surgeon who told me my vocal chord has haemorrhaged and that if I wanted to remain as a performer I needed to urgently take a break."
Forestry England said she's cancelled her upcoming concerts including Cannock Chase Forest on 5 July which was sold out.
Ticket holders are being promised a refund.