It will now take place on May 8th...

Craig David has re-scheduled his upcoming 'Born To Do It' livestream concert.

The UK artist will revisit his vastly successful debut album, one that brought awards, smash hit singles, and an explosive shift in his profile.

Deciding to revisit the record for a one off livestream, the details have been changed due to circumstances outwit his control.

Now taking place on May 8th at 8pm, the one off livestream opens with a supporting DJ slot from Spoony, digging through some classic UKG anthems.

The promoters comment: “Crosstown Concerts apologise to all ticket holders and Craig himself but due to unforeseen circumstances, we need to move the date for Craig’s ‘Born To Do It’ global broadcast. All tickets remain valid for the new date and we look forward to presenting a truly magical evening of music.”

Craig apologised to fans, stating: ‘I’m really sorry to let you all know we’re having to push the ‘Born To Do It’ online show back to Saturday 8th May at 8pm BST. All tickets remain valid. I can't wait to perform this album for you guys, All my love, CD”.

“This album means the world to me. I wanted to do something to celebrate the 20th anniversary and as touring live isn’t possible, I couldn’t let the anniversary go by without marking it in some way. Sharing this album with you has been one of the highlights of my career and I never thought I would get the opportunity to do the whole album in full like this - It’s going to be really special. Thank you for all the love and support these past 20 years... wow!”

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