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Beck, Iggy Pop and Bad Bunny are among the rescheduled Barcelona festival’s featured acts.
In a statement posted to Twitter, the star's official account confirmed that organisers were working to secure rescheduled dates.
Lana Del Rey, Beck, Massive Attack and Iggy Pop were all due to play the celebrated Spanish festival this year.
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Paying tribute, host Maya Rudolph said, "To love Prince is to love music."
Lana Del Rey, Beck and Iggy Pop are among the festival’s headliners this year.
“Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute To Prince” will air 21 April, honouring the pop icon on the fourth anniversary of his passing.
The star's itinerary also includes shows in Paris, Vienna, Zurich, Dublin and Manchester.
The shows kick off in Paris on 16 June and conclude in London on 11 July.
His major-label breakthrough disc Mellow Gold revisited an early cut called “Loser” whose bittersweet bleakness coupled to a joyously willful refrain made Beck an instant star for the so-called Gen X tribes.
The Barcelona-based festival, will take place later from 3-7 June with this year’s event marking Primavera’s 20th anniversary.
Curated by Linda Perry, the star-studded event also features Jenny Lewis, Portugal.The Man and Dwight Yoakam.
The original version of the track first appeared on Beck's recent studio album, 'Hyperspace', which is out now on Capitol Records.
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