SAM Fender has been forced to cancel his Glastonbury 2019 entrance for health reasons.
The Hypersonic Missiles thespian pronounced he was “gutted” not to be holding to a theatre during a festival this Friday after pulling out of his performance.
Taking to his central Twitter account, Sam pennyless a news to his 40,000 followers, writing: “Absolutely gutted to share that I’ll not be means to perform during Glastonbury this weekend.
“It’s always been a dream to play during Worthy Farm and we wouldn’t skip it for a universe though docs have told me we need longer to redeem from illness.”
However Sam, who won a Brit Awards Critics’ Choice drum progressing this year, pronounced he hopes to lapse to a festival another year.
He added: “Hopefully we’ll get a possibility to lapse subsequent year.”
The star combined his arriving performances during Les Eurockeenes, Down a Rabbit Hole and Barn on The Farm festivals subsequent week have also had to be cancelled.
After calming his fans in Bristol that their tickets will be current for a rescheduled uncover in Aug or a refund, he sealed off saying: “Massive adore to we all and appreciate we for your understanding.”
Trying to sojourn upbeat, he added: “On a slight positive, we have some new song entrance out subsequent week.”
Sam is a second act in as many days to cancel their entrance during Glastonbury, with Snow Patrol pulling out of their Friday container yesterday.
Snow Patrol has cancelled a Glastonbury performanceThe rope were due to take to The Other Stage this Friday, Jun 28, though essay on a central Facebook page, lead thespian Gary Lightbody announced they had been forced to lift out of their slot.
He wrote: “We are contemptible to have to announce a termination of some-more shows.
“Our dear brother, piano and guitar actor Johnny McDaid has a critical problem with his neck and after consulting with some tip neurosurgeons they are all in agreement that a usually march of movement is evident surgery.”
Johnny, 42, isn’t a usually rope member incompetent to perform during a moment, as guitarist and subsidy vocalist Nathan Connolly is pang from haughtiness damage.
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