The disgraced musician had been due to perform in Ibiza on July 4th.
The Lithuanian artist, whose homophobic Facebook post last year saw him struck off a string of festival bills, had been booked for the party on Monday, July 4th, alongside the likes of Seth Troxler, Nicole Moudaber, Ellen Allien and Jeremy Underground. The booking prompted a backlash online.
Today Circoloco released a statement on Facebook that read: "Ten Walls will no longer be playing at Circoloco next Monday. Circoloco and DC10 Ibiza exist due to values of equality and freedom and we deeply regret any offence caused by this booking."
Booking Ten Walls is so whack. There are literally 100s of DJ's to pick from, what he did was no mistake, it was a sustained hateful tirade.— Midland (@midlandsound) June 29, 2016
Did I really just read correctly that Ten Walls is playing the next Circo Loco in Ibiza on Monday?— Pearson Sound (@pearsonsound) June 29, 2016