Pusha-T is scaling back dates on his “Daytona Tour.”
The North American trek was set to kick off on Aug. 2 at The Rave in Milwaukee, but the venue announced that the show has been canceled due to “scheduling conflicts.”
According to Ticketmaster (via Complex), nine out of 19 of the U.S. dates have been nixed including St. Louis, Grand Rapids, Cleveland, Silver Spring, North Myrtle Beach, Charlotte, San Antonio, and Dallas. Some of the venues have confirmed the cancelations on social media, offering refunds to ticket holders.
Due to scheduling conflicts, the @PUSHA_T show originally booked for August 2nd has been canceled.
If you purchased tickets for this show, please visit https://t.co/JhmJhAeaLL for refund information.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. pic.twitter.com/pm4ZTrob9X
— The Rave / Eagles Club (@therave) July 27, 2018
— Bogart's (@BogartsShows) July 28, 2018
Due to scheduling conflicts, the 8/14 Pusha T show at @FillmoreSS has been cancelled. No rescheduled date at this time. Refunds available at point of purchase. Pusha T is scheduled to perform at @BmoreSoundstage on 8/15 & tix for that show are available: https://t.co/oSnRI4vuqa
— The Fillmore Silver Spring (@FillmoreSS) July 24, 2018
It’s unclear why the dates have been canceled. Reps for the rapper have yet to comment.
The “Daytona Tour,” which comes in support of Pusha’s Kanye West-produced album Daytona, is now set to launch Aug. 4 at the Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland in Kansas City with special guests Valee and Sheck Wes.
The European leg will follow in December with shows scheduled for Copenhagen, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, and Paris.