Although the coronavirus outbreak has forced the cancellation of gigs at events until at least March 29th, you may be wondering what'll happen after that deadline.

Well, if you had a ticket for one of David Gray's forthcoming 'White Ladder 20th Anniversary' tour dates, unfortunately it's bad news.

Gray was due to play Dublin's 3Arena on Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th of April, as well as Cork's Irish Independent Park on June 20th.

These dates, along with the UK and European dates, have all been postponed.

Gray released a statement on social media that read:

"Due to restrictions put in place to help fight the current coronavirus pandemic we are going to have to follow government advice and postpone all of the U.K., Irish and European dates on the forthcoming White Ladder Anniversary Tour. We are currently looking at an alternative scheduling and will provide further details as and when we have them. "

He added: "The year ahead promises to be an extremely challenging time during which the core human values of compassion, togetherness and generosity are going to be more important than ever. Thank you all for your patience and understanding. Look after each other.

Love and best wishes, Dave."

'White Ladder' remains the best-selling album of all time in Ireland.