Calvin Harris was transported to the hospital following a car accident in Los Angeles on Friday.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to ET that the 32-year-old DJ and music producer was a passenger in an SUV that was struck by another vehicle driven by a juvenile who had crossed over the center line of the road. The accident occurred around 11 p.m. in the 3500 block of Coldwater Canyon Ave.
According to the LAPD, Harris suffered a cut on his nose and was transported to a local hospital, where he stayed briefly before being released. The driver of the other vehicle was ejected from the car, resulting in a broken pelvis.
Harris (real name: Adam Wiles) was scheduled to perform at the Las Vegas nightclub Omnia on Friday night but cancelled due to the accident.
A statement was posted to his official Facebook page, reading, "Adam's transport was involved in a collision this evening on the way to the airport. As a result he will be unable to perform at Omnia tonight. He has been examined by doctors and told to rest for a few days."
Harris' management team also confirmed the news to ET in a statement on Saturday.
"Adam was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck in a serious collision last night in Los Angeles," the statement read. "He was examined by doctors and sustained a number of injuries. He has since been checked out of hospital and is now recovering. We wish all the other passengers involved in the incident a fast recovery. As a result he was not able to perform in Las Vegas at his Omnia residency and will be unable to perform tonight at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Updates to follow."
Harris is scheduled to perform at Omnia next weekend as part of a Memorial Day Weekend lineup that also includes sets by Martin Garrix and Afrojack.
Last month, Harris' girlfriend, Taylor Swift, got candid on the adorable duo's "magical relationship" in an interview with Vogue magazine. Watch the video below to hear more.