ROD Stewart's outdoor gig in Aberdeen was postponed on Wednesday night due to bad weather.

The 74-year-old star was due to play at the AECC but organisers said they had to reschedule because of the high winds and rain.

The concert has been rescheduled to July 16.

The gig promoters said: "Sir Rod and his team always believe the show must go on and this decision has not been taken lightly. However, due to the high winds and bad weather it would not be safe to go ahead with this evening’s concert.

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“We are pleased to announce that working with the venue, we are able to reschedule the concert to Tuesday 16th July 2019.

"We apologise for the inconvenience this causes everyone but safety is our priority.”

Some fans registered their unhappiness with the AECC on their social media pages.

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Shirleyann Kayes said: Pure raging.  Travelled all the way up from Glasgow and now another £86 to get back home 😡😡😡."

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Tom Stevenson from Muirhead added: "Total shocker. Should have cancelled yesterday before people travelled from all over the country including England.

"Making the most of it in Foundry bar in Aberdeen. Staff been brilliant 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿😡😃👍."

But Duncan Slesser added: "Gutted but understand safety comes first!!! 😟👍."

And Terri Clubb added: "Weather changes all the time so wouldnt of cancelled it earlier in the week."