Representatives for Harris, whose real name is Adam Wiles, posted a message to Facebook on Thursday announcing the last-minute cancellations.
"Adam is still recovering from the injuries sustained in the car accident," the message, signed Calvin HQ, read. "Unfortunately, as a result he will not be able to perform in Las Vegas at Hakkasan tonight, 5/26 and Omnia tomorrow, 5/27."
"He has asked us to pass on his apologies to everyone who was due to attend the shows and hopes to be back to his normal schedule soon," the post added.
Harris later took to Twitter to share a message with his fans and apologize for the aburptly cancelled performances.
Thank you so much for your messages and sorry to any disappointment I caused with the show cancellations ...— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) May 27, 2016
I'm feeling lucky and very grateful rn 🙏🙏🙏— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) May 27, 2016
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 last week. The accident occurred around 11 p.m. in Los Angeles, California.
Harris suffered a cut on his nose and was transferred to a hospital and soon discharged. The teenager driving the vehicle that struck Harris' was ejected from the car, resulting in a broken pelvis, according to the LAPD.
After the accident, Harris was unable to perform in Las Vegas at his Omnia residency and had to cancel his appearance at the Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama on Saturday. For more on the EDM artist's collision, watch the video before.