Drake’s co-headlining Aubrey and The Three Migos tour has suffered further cancellations, as the tour stops in Minnesota, Utah and Denver have been dropped without warning.
After rescheduling their gig at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to November 11, the stars have now decided to cancel it altogether, but no reason has been given for the unexpected change of plans. Similarly, their shows at the Pepsi Center in Denver and the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah have also been cut.
A source close to the artists quoted “quality assurance” as the main reason for cancelling the shows. Fans can collect their refunds at the point of purchase, added the source.
This isn’t the first setback for the Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour. The tour was originally set to kick off on July 26, however, was delayed twice due to production issues, and eventually kicked off on August 12 at Kansas City’s Spring Center. Drake later postponed one of his three shows in Toronto in mid-August “due to circumstances” beyond their control.
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