MADRID, Spain (CelebrityAccess) Massive Attack canceled last night’s performance at the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid, Spain, because of sound coming from the stage where Franz Ferdinand was playing at the time, according to a statement from the festival organizers.
“The organizational team did everything possible to delay schedules of other bands and find a time slot where Massive Attack might be comfortable, but the unilateral decision of the band has been canceling their show,” organizers said. “From Mad Cool, we sincerely apologize to all attendees for the inconvenience and possible heartbreak this may have caused.”
— Mad Cool Festival (@madcoolfestival) July 14, 2018
Franz Ferdinand played the Madrid te Abraza stage 1:30 am to 2:50 a.m and Massive Attack was scheduled for the Loop stage 1:45 to 3:00 a.m. according to the website.
This year’s event features Pearl Jam, Arctic Monkeys, Jack White, Depeche Mode, Queens of the Stone Age, Kasabian, Justice, Post Malone and the first show by Tame Impala this year.