P Posted by Sandra on July 20 2013 1 Comment McFLY, News

It’s funny that the ones who apologized were McFly and not the organization when the boys have nothing to apologize for as it wasn’t their fault.

McFly have apologised to fans after their set was cut short when headlining at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on Friday night.

The event at the iconic venue, marked the one year anniversary of London 2012, famed for the volunteers who made the events run smoothly.

However fans were left disappointed when organisers of the show pulled the plug on their set after just five songs as the festival over ran.

In a post on Twitter, guitarist and singer Tom Fletcher made sure to apologise to fans who were upset that their time spent with their favourite band was given the chop.

He wrote: “Sorry to all who came to see us tonight. Wasn’t our fault but the show was running over and they pulled us off. We would have gone all night. Thanks so much for coming though and we hope you enjoyed what they let us play. (sic)”

The band – which consists of Dougie Poynter, 25, Tom Fletcher ,28, Harry Judd,27, and 27-year-old Danny Jones – were headlining alongside a star studded line-up.

Performers taking to the stage included, comedian Eddie Izzard, The Feeling, as well as The Pandemonium Drummers.

Prior to the event Mayor of London Boris Johnson spoke of the importance of the gig.

He said: “This is gearing up to be the ultimate fiesta of volunteering at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. It is the perfect reminder of when the world looked to London and saw an incorrigibly happy, diverse, multicultural, dynamic city that was animated by the hospitality and good nature of tens of thousands of volunteers.”



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