READ MORE: Green Day members speak out as bar staff told they won't be paid for cancelled gig Other sources have claimed that half the PA was missing, that rain water was coming onto the stage, and there were other technical problems.
Glasgow City Council said it played no role in the decision to pull the show.
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All of the following websites are, to the best of my knowledge fake sites, spoof sites or parodies of 'real' sites.
A spoof Facebook page has moved to lighten the mood for many Green Day fans after organisers behind the US group’s Glasgow gig cancelled the show at the last minute today.
South Lanarkshire Cooncil has said Green Day will now perform an impromptu gig set at a community hall in Lanark after the plug on the Bellahouston Park show was pulled just hours ago.
You’ve seen the commercials for dating sites such as e Harmony where they show a success story of two strangers finding their soul mate and falling deeply in love.
The parody is done with the typical sappy piano music as they recount the enchanting details of their fairy tale romance: A lot of people on dating sites aren’t looking for their one true love, but rather their one true great fuck. 'And if they all voted, they would significantly change the outcome.And change the country for the better.'So please, please use yours.The page has described how fans were left “bitterly disappointed” after the concert was was cancelled “due to event staff having forgotten to build a stage.” READ MORE: Glasgow heroes step in to help Green Day fans as US rockers cancel gig last minute The hilarious post continues: “Thankfully, the band quickly organised rental of the acclaimed Brocketbrae Hall to perform an impromptu performance of their classic ‘Dookie’ album for local diehard fanatics and 12 sheep.“Murmurs from backstage suggest a live DVD release of the show, as the band were so impressed by the acoustics of the hall.” South Lanarkshire Cooncil is a spoof page that says it is “is here for you.” The group behind the page has said: “Bringing you completely legitimate news from South Lanarkshire.” On a more serious note, however, the cancellation of the gig has sparked a blame game between the band’s management and the promoters.You can really tell that these two beloved sweethearts have really found their one true fuckbuddy.