Drake and Migos Cancel Three Dates on Aubrey + The Three Migos Tour
Fans have quite a few questions for the performers. Drake and Migos have canceled three tour stops that have previously been postponed.
The previous St. Paul gig at the Xcel Energy Center had already been shifted a few times before completely being canceled.
Denver’s Pepsi Center show and Salt Lake City’s Vivint Smart Home Arena show were the other two that have recently been crossed off the tour list.
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Neither Drake nor Migos have spoken on the matter, but accusations are swirling as to why not only this group but other artists are canceling or postponing their gigs.
This should tell you the current state of music bussiness. First Beyonce and Jay Z and Now Drake and Migos. He cancelled it because of low ticket sells. Nicki Minaj had tk cancel her whole North American tour. A changing industry. https://t.co/JSiFR5htST
— THE KING. (@RJMeliscat) October 8, 2018
lmao we all know the only reason drake and migos cancelled those tour dates is cuz of the lack of ticket sales, sad.
— e (@lilcruzivert) October 8, 2018
first drake/migos gets cancelled and now lil yachty wow I love my life
— ♡ Mary Beth ♡ (@marybethstyrin) October 6, 2018
While we are all hoping concerts aren’t a dying trend, it does make you wonder if they are becoming a thing of the past.
We hope Drake and Migos make it to the states where the tour was canceled, but meanwhile, cheers to those who are currently enjoying the tour.