As you may remember, Dutch DJ sensation Sam Feldt was forced to cancel his summer tour dates after being involved in a severe scooter accident. The accident, which occurred on June 30th, left him with a fractured tibia plateau. Doctors operated on the 25 year old for four hours, working on the fracture of the tibia in his knee joint. Unfortunately, this led to the cancellation of over twenty scheduled shows, including Tomorrowland. Now, nearly two months later, Feldt is back in action and ready to return to the stage. On August 24th he will play at Amnesia in Cap D’Agde, France, followed by South West Four Festival in London, UK, on the 25th and he will be playing on the main stage of Mysteryland Festival in The Netherlands on Sunday.
What has Feldt been up to the last two months? He explains that during his absence he has really been focusing on his recovery. “Physiotherapy twice a week, healthy eating, not drinking, etcetera. Everything to be up and running again as soon as possible!,” Feldt said. In addition, during this “time off” he has been able to work on new music, which will be released later this year, and to prepare the launch of the FanGold peer-to-peer loyalty program.
In addition, Feldt wants fans to know that while he may have to take it easy while performing for a while, he is thrilled to be back and appreciates the support:
“I find it quite exciting to get back on stage again, because it’s been a long time ago and I’m still kind of disabled at the moment. But all the positive and supportive reactions that I have received, have been really encouraging. I want to thank my fans, promoters and the entire team for all support and understanding.”