And that includes T In The Park...
David Bowie has cancelled all tour dates in July – including next weekend’s T IN THE PARK festival.
The legendary singer has already pulled out of dates in the last few days because of a trapped nerve in his shoulder.
Now, according to his official website, dates throughout July will be pulled because of the same problem.
A statement reads: “Due to the continuing pain and extreme discomfort from a trapped/pinched nerve in his shoulder and to prevent possible further injury, David Bowie has been advised by his doctors to cancel his performances at the eleven remaining European festival dates throughout July.
“Due to the unpredictable nature of the condition and in an effort to give fans as much warning as possible, (and indeed, to aid promoters in finding a replacement headliner in time for the festival dates) David Bowie very reluctantly agreed to take the advice.
“David Bowie, and everybody involved with the tour, is very sorry for the hardship that this difficult decision may have caused. We realise that many of you will have lost money on non-refundable travel and festival tickets.
But, anybody that knows David Bowie will understand that he doesn’t take these decisions lightly and I’m sure you all realise how bad he will be feeling about not being able to complete the tour.
“Thank you all for your kind words on the message boards and for your continued understanding that had there been an alternative to this course of action, it would have been taken.”
In addition to T In The Park (July 10), the star was also scheduled to play festivals in France, Belgium, Ireland, Spain and Switzerland.