Coachella has announced that Solange will no longer be performing at the prestigious festival citing "major production delays."
"Due to major production delays, Solange will unfortunately no longer be performing at this year's festival. She sends her sincerest apologies, and looks forward to performing at Coachella in the future," they tweeted on Sunday.
Solange was one of the headliners for the Saturday slot of the festival alongside Tame Impala and Kid Cudi.
Solange released her new album, 'When I Get Home,' last month and would most likely be performing cuts from the new project at the Cali festival. Her sister, Beyonce, headlined the festival last year where Solange joined her for a portion of her set.
The news comes just a day after a stagehand died after falling to his death on location at the Coachella grounds.
Goldenvoice, which puts on the Coachella Festival each year, released the following statement to PEOPLE about his death:
“Today, Goldenvoice lost a colleague, a friend, a family member,” the statement read. “Our friend fell while working on a festival stage. It is with heavy hearts and tremendous difficulty that we confirm his passing. He has been with our team for twenty years in the desert and was doing what he loved. He was a hard-working and loving person that cared deeply about his team. As our lead rigger, he was responsible for the countless incredible shows that have been put on at the festival. We will miss him dearly.”
Coachella takes place annually over two weekends in April in Indio, California.