Tinie Tempah, who stormed the UK charts last year with hits like 'Frisky' and 'Pass Out', is to duck out of his Volvo Snowmbombing 2011 appearance, organisers have announced.
The London rapper will promote his album in Australia and Far East instead of performing at event, which was named Best Overseas Festival at the UK Festival Awards, when it returns to Mayrhofen in Austria from 4-9 April.
The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, Chase And Status and Pendulum are among the acts still set to appear.
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The festival sees artists performing in venues including igloos and medieval barns, with 150 miles of pistes for punters to enjoy between bands.
Tickets are available now, starting at £279 including accommodation.