SEVERAL of the Pavilion’s exciting list of shows to start 2022 have unfortunately been cancelled or postponed, organisers have announced.

Beardyman and Kings of Lyon are to be rearranged at the Llandrindod Wells venue, while the John Coghlan’s Quo and U2 2 gigs have been cancelled, with people refunded.

“2022 has started off on the same footing as the past two years as we face yet more cancellations and postponements,” said Pavilion Mid Wales on their Facebook page.

“Not the start of the new year we were hoping for, but unfortunately a sign of the times.

“Beardyman – This show will be moving again at the request of the artist and will now take place on Saturday, November 12.

“John Coghlan's Quo – We have been informed by the artist’s management that John is retiring due to ill health and has cancelled the date (and others) from the tour.

“U2 2 – This show has been cancelled and all tickets refunded. Kings Of Lyon – This show has been postponed and will be rescheduled to March 2023, more details to follow.

“We would like to apologise to all of our customers who have purchased tickets for any of the above shows. All decisions have been made outside of our control. Ticket holders for the above events will be contacted in due course to offer a refund.”

The show’s still going ahead in the first half of the year include: Absolute Bowie the greatest hits (March 5), The Hawkmen’s When it’s Gone tour (March 11), Trials of Cato (March 12), Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems (March 25), Flash, a tribute to Queen (April 22), Rollin’ Stoned, a tribute to the Rolling Stones (May 7), Mr Irish B*stard, Celtic folk punk from Germany (May 20), Steve Harley and his acoustic band (May 22) and Sound of the Sirens and their Damage Control tour (May 27).