A handful of line-up changes have been made for Scotland Calling, the punk all-dayer which is now taking place in Glasgow in August.
The mini-festival was due to take place on Saturday, April 25, but has had to be postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus emergency.
It will now take place at the O2 Academy Glasgow on Saturday, August 22. All tickets remain valid for the new date.
The original bill included three bands who were unable to make the new date – The Dickies, UK Subs and Anti-Nowhere League.
They have been replaced by the Skids, the Rezillos and Angelic Upstarts. Control had already replaced Argy Bargy.
The rest of the bill remains the same: Cockney Rejects, Steve Ignorant and a full band performing Crass songs, Subhumans, Gimp Fist, Dirt Box Disco, The DeRellas and 4 Past Midnight.
A spokesman for the organisers said: “Due to Covid-19 we can confirm the date of Scotland Calling 2020 will now be Saturday, August 22.
“Our options to re-schedule due to band and venue availability were very limited, and we hope that everyone will be able to make the revised date.
“Existing tickets will be valid for the new date and we hope everyone agrees the line-up is just as good after the changes. Stay safe and see you soon.”
Tickets, priced £29 plus booking fees, are available from www.gigbox.co.uk, Ticketmaster and Tickets Scotland.