Icelandic pop star Bjork has pulled out of a headlining appearance at a British music festival next month (Jul08) - accusing the event organisers of failing to meet basic performance requirements.
The It's Oh So Quiet singer was due to play at the Wild In The Country Festival on 5 July (08), but she has now cancelled the performance.
A statement, released by her representative, reads: "(Bjork has) been forced to withdraw from the festival next week due to the volatile nature of this event.
"Bjork is extremely disappointed that this show will now no longer go ahead."
And the rep goes on to condemn the organisers for their unprofessionalism: "They have been unable to secure any staging, sound and lighting for this festival, making it impossible for the headline artists to perform and are unable to fulfill their contractual obligations to all of the artists contracted to perform at their event (sic)."
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