Pusha T fans have been gearing up for his North American tour supporting his recently released album, DAYTONA, but it looks like a lot of those who bought tickets might be out of luck.
The tour, which was supposed to begin on August 2 in Milwaukee, is now much shorter than it was originally supposed to be. Half shorter, in fact.
Ten of the 20 scheduled tour dates have been canceled due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts. Ticketmaster has confirmed the cancelations.
Shows slated to take place in St. Louis, Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Silver Spring, Baltimore North Myrtle Beach, Charlotte, San Antonio and Dallas have all been canceled, according to Ticketmaster's website.
The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee and Arvest Bank Theater at the Midland in Kansas City also list their Pusha shows as canceled, HipHopDX reports, though Ticketmaster hasn't confirmed those cancelations. The tour dates in Detroit, Chicago, Boston, Norfolk Houston, Phoenix, Santa Ana and Los Angeles are still scheduled as planned, for now.
None of the canceled dates have been rescheduled, as of now, and venues are offering full refunds to those who purchased tickets. The rapper hasn't directly addressed the situation, and it is unclear what scheduling conflict has interfered with the tour.
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