Robin Thicke won't be coming to Manila for Summer Sun Music Festival
MANILA, Philippines – Singer Robin Thicke will not be coming to Manila this Saturday, April 30 for the Summer Sun Music Festival.
In a video posted on the Summer Sun Music Festival Facebook page, Robin apologized for canceling his trip. (READ: Robin Thicke to headline Summer Sun Music Festival in Manila)
"Hello Manila, Robin Thicke here. I feel so bad. I have to apologize for not being able to make the show. I've had an unexpected knee surgery and due to complications, I've been advised by my doctor not to travel right now," he said.
"But I want to tell you all how much I love you and I want to thank the organizers for booking and promoting the event.
"I can't wait to be back out there. I'll be back out there soon. Lots of love. Thank you."
In a statement, the organizers said: "We are saddened by this unexpected situation that Robin Thicke won't be able to come and perform on April 30 due to a medical condition. However, we are still pushing thru in making this music festival a one of a kind summer experience for everyone. New line up will be released soon."
It was previously announced that Robin will headline the music festival along with Fedde Le Grand, Shogun, Jonn Hart and Filipino acts at the Globe Circuit Events Ground.
The son of Canadian actor Alan Thicke, Robin rose to fame with his single "When I Get You Alone" released in the early 2000s. His album The Evolution of Robin Thicke skyrocketed him to commercial success, with singles like "Lost without U" and “Wanna Love U Girl."
His song "Blurred Lines" with featuring Pharrell and T.I. was also a big hit in 2013. – Rappler.com
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