After an incredible announcement that the one and only Shannon Noll would be performing at the Fat Controller on the 14th of July, punters have been dissapointed with some unnerving news. After the initial announcement of Nollsy's appearance, fans flocked to buy tickets and catch a glimpse of the songbird of a generation, in a matter of days the gig sold out. However, the dreadful news that Shaz would only be doing a DJ set has punters who've already bought tickets up in arms at the change. No, we won't get to hear Nollsy's pipes belting out cracker songs, instead we will only catch the man pressing play on the decks, much less of a spectacle.
See some of the reactions to the announcement below:
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