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Avicii In Hospital In Brisbane, Misses Future Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere on March 2, 2013

in Live,News

Future Music Festival EDM headliner Avicii has cancelled both of his Brisbane and Perth performances this weekend as he recovers in a Brisbane hospital with a stomach issue.

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Upon landing in Brisbane this week for the Future Music Festival the Swedish DJ was taken directly to hospital. Over the past couple of days doctors have been monitoring his condition has been monitored but are yet to discharge him.

Doctors report that Avicii was not well enough to perform on Saturday in Brisbane or Sunday in Perth.

Avicii has been advised to continue to rest during the week and will hopefully be well enough to perform for the Future Music Festival in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide next weekend.

Future Music Festival also features The Stone Roses, Psy, Bloc Party and The Prodigy.

Future Music Festival remaining dates are:

March 3, Perth
March 9, Sydney
March 10, Melbourne
March 11, Adelaide

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