August 14, 2008 9:57

The Prodigy cancel festival appearance

'It's no fault of the band' Keith Flint and co say

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The Prodigy's previously-scheduled appearance at the Summer Breeze Festival in Seoul – which kicks off today (August 14) – has been cancelled.

Writing on their MySpace blog the band claimed that the organisers of the festival were to blame for the cancellation.

"The band were very much looking forward to going there," they wrote, "but the organisers could not fulfil their obligations and as a result they have cancelled our show. This is in no way due to any fault of the band."

The Prodigy will however play the V Festival this weekend, headlining the 4Music Stage in Chelmsford Hylands Park (August 17) and Staffordshire Weston Park (18) this weekend.


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