Robin Thicke will not be performing in Manila this Saturday, April 30.
It was previously announced that the American singer-songwriter will be part of the Summer Sun Music Festival that will take place at the Globe Circuit Events Ground, Circuit Makati.
However, earlier today, organizers announced that the music fest will still push through this Saturday, April 30.
"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."
Dutch DJ Fedde Le Grand will still be performing in the Philippines this Saturday. He is known for the 2006 chart-topping hit "Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit."
Other performers include Shogun, Jonn Hart as well as local acts Marc Marasigan, Nina Saputil, JJ Saur, DBT, Borhuh, and Jokko Jimenez.
In a video shared on the Facebook page of Summer Sun Music Festival, Robin Thicke explained to his Filipino fans why he won't be able to perform on April 30.
"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.
"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."