George Ezra was forced to pull out of a performance at the Danish festival on Friday due to a “nasty bout of laryngitis”.
The Hertfordshire-born singer-songwriter recently secured his third number one album with the latest release Gold Rush Kid.
In a message posted on Twitter, he said, “Hi everyone, I’m completely disappointed that I won’t be able to perform at the Tinderbox festival in Denmark tomorrow.
“I came down with a nasty bout of laryngitis and was advised by a doctor to go into complete voice rest for 48 hours.
“I hate canceling shows, but unfortunately it’s out of my control. I apologize to everyone who was going to come to see me and the group. With love, George.”
The Tinderbox festival will take place in the Danish city of Odense from June 23 to 25, with Stormzy and Imagine Dragons as headliners.
Ezra recently performed at the Palace’s Platinum Party in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The 29-year-old was asked to change the lyrics of his hit song Green Green Grass as part of a performance to remove the mention of death.
During a performance outside Buckingham Palace, the words “Green green grass, blue blue sky, you better have a party the day I die” were edited to remove the mention of death.
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Speaking about the decision to edit the song, Ezra later said, “When you play for the royals, when they say jump, you jump, you don’t doubt it.”
Ezra’s next confirmed performance will be at the Main Square Festival in Arras, France on July 3rd.