Music fans across America will soon travel to the desert of Indio, California, to hear some of their favorite artists perform at the annual Coachella music festival. One highly anticipated singer who will be noticeably absent is Solange, as organizers of the event announced Sunday that "major production delays" prompted the "Cranes in the Sky" crooner to sit out both weekends.

"She sends her sincerest apologies, and looks forward to performing at Coachella in the future," a portion of the official statement read.

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According to People, this would have been Solange's second time performing at the star-studded fest and her first live show since the March release of her fourth studio album, When I Get Home. The 32-year-old made her debut at Coachella in 2014 and treated fans to a surprise appearance from older sister Beyoncé during her set. Solange returned the favor in 2018 when Bey took the stage for her iconic Beychella performance.
With a major headliner spot now up for grabs, Twitter had some thoughts on who should replace Solange when the first weekend of the festival kicks off on April 12.

Coachella officials have yet to announce if someone will take Solange's place next weekend. The "Don't Touch My Hair" songstress has not released remarks of her own regarding her canceled appearance.

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