Drake and Migos tour has been delayed once again amidst a seizure of one of their tour buses this week.
It seems like there is some production chaos going on inside Drake and Migos highly anticipated “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour.” Last month, producers announced that the tour would be delayed to August 10th which would’ve been last night. The rappers were scheduled to perform at the Sprint Center in Kansas City and just hours before that, Live Nation posted a message that the show has is postponed.
“Due to production issues, the Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour is postponing the Kansas City and St. Paul dates,” a representative for Drake told Pitchfork. “Tonight’s Kansas City show is rescheduled for Sunday, August 12. The St. Paul show is being postponed with a new date soon to be announced. All tickets will be honored for the new dates.”
The show set for Minnesota’s Xcel Energy Center was also pushed back from Sunday, August 12th, to a yet to be announced date. This means that the Sprint Center concert will now be held on Sunday.
The joint tour between Drake and Migos was initially scheduled to kick off on July 26, but productions setbacks caused them to postpone the tour. Earlier this week one of their tour buses was towed without explanation. Folks are saying that the tour bus company was behind on their lease, so the leasing company seized the bus.
— Sprint Center (@SprintCenter) August 10, 2018