Drake and 21 Savage cancels rescheduled Memphis concert
Drake and 21 Savage cancels rescheduled Memphis concert

Drake and 21 Savage cancels rescheduled Memphis concert: 21 Savage and Drake canceled their upcoming concert in Memphis “It’s All a Blur” Tour Tennessee after originally postponing it

On June 29, the rappers were supposed to start off their It’s All A Blur co-headlining tour at the city’s FedEx Forum, but it was rescheduled to Sunday, August 6 only days before the event.

Both of them canceled the show because due to production issues.

“Due to the magnitude of the production of the Drake concert, it is logistically impossible to bring the show as designed to the FedEx Forum on August 6th. Unfortunately, the show is canceled,” according to USA Today reads a statement Drake’s team gave to the venue.

Drake and 21 Savage, planning to tour together in support of their joint album Her Loss, which was played at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. On Tuesday night Pennsylvania and the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Friday.

The later show was originally set for Thursday, but due to the iniquity of the production, it was recently pushed back by one day.

The tour started on July 5 in Chicago and will complete on October 9 in Columbus, Ohio.

A message on Ticketmaster’s page for the Memphis show reads: “Unfortunately, the Event Organizer has had to cancel your event.”

The letter states that ticketholders would automatically get refunds to their original form of payment within 30 days.

However, Drake stop the tour in Milwaukee, Wisconsin also has been postponed. As Milwaukee was initially planned for Aug. 3 but will now it will take place on Aug. 4.

According to Drake’s website, his first North American tour in five years would include more than 50 concerts.

Drake (The Grammy winner) and 21 Savage (co-headliner) performed in most of the cities which include New York, Chicago, and Montreal. Meanwhile, the next two shows scheduled for Monday and Tuesday are in Philadelphia. As of Monday, neither artist seems to have addressed the scheduling change on social media.

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