US singer Frank Ocean has canceled his appearance at the Coachella festival because of an injury. The 35-year-old was scheduled to headline next Sunday, the second weekend of the legendary festival in the desert city of Indio, California. Because of two broken bones and a sprain on the left leg, the doctors had advised against the appearance, Ocean’s spokesman said on Wednesday.

The singer sustained the injury before the start of the festival, the statement said. Ocean’s first appearance last Sunday was then changed at short notice. “It was messy,” the singer said in a statement, according to Variety. He wanted to perform something different, but was still happy to be on stage.

Fans had been eagerly awaiting Ocean’s Coachella performance. It was the Californian’s first concert in six years, and he released his last album in 2016. But after the show last Sunday, many were disappointed. The singer was almost an hour late.

Alongside Ocean, this year’s Coachella headliners include pop star Bad Bunny and South Korean K-pop group Blackpink. Also present are the Gorillaz, Rosalía, Björk and Blondie. Hundreds of thousands of spectators were expected on both festival weekends this year.