Nine Of 22 Upcoming Pusha T Shows Have Been Cancelled Nine Of 22 Upcoming Pusha T Shows Have Been Cancelled
Rapper Pusha T has announced the cancellation of almost half of the shows on his upcoming ‘Daytona Tour,’ and while rumors are flying around,... Nine Of 22 Upcoming Pusha T Shows Have Been Cancelled

Rapper Pusha T has announced the cancellation of almost half of the shows on his upcoming ‘Daytona Tour,’ and while rumors are flying around, he has not addressed the real reason for his cancellations.

The U.S. leg of the Daytona Tour was set to kick-off this Thursday, August 2, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in support of his latest record. However, according to a report from HHNM, Pusha T has cancelled dates in St. Louis, Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Silver Spring, North Myrtle Beach, Charlotte, San Antonio, and Dallas. Fans shared pictures of  his tour dates on Ticketmaster which read “canceled” and tickets that now say “voided.” Tickets can be refunded at point of purchase.

While Pusha T and his team have not released any reasoning behind the cancellation, there is an active Reddit thread where fans are weighing in. Since the rapper just got married, it’s possible that he wanted to get away with his new bride, but fans point out that he announced this tour well in advance of the wedding. Others assume that the cancellation could be because of poor ticket sales, noting that tickets to the Charlotte show were on Groupon for $25.

Fans also believe that the cancellation could have something to do with his recent beef with competitor Drake. MTO News claims that Drake fans have launched a “Pusha T boycott” after the rapper dropped a “diss track.”

Whether or not the ticket sales were dry, he’s off on his honeymoon, or Drake fans are boycotting the show, that means there are only a limited number of tickets left to see Pusha T on tour this year. Check out the cancelled and remaining tour dates below and visit Ticket Club to find tickets to a show. 

Pusha T ‘Daytona Tour’ Dates 2018

July 31 — Denver, CO @ Red Rocks
August 2 — Milwaukee, @ WI – Rave
August 3 — St Louis, MO @ The Pageant
August 4 — Kansas City, MO @ Midland
August 6 — Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrews Hall
August 7 — Grand Rapids, MI @ 20 Monroe Live
August 8 — Chicago, IL @ House of Blues Chicago
August 9 — Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart’s
August 10— Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
August 12 — Boston, MA @ House of Blues Boston
August 14 — Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
August 15 — Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
August 20 — Norfolk, VA @ Norva
August 22 — North Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach
August 23— Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore

August 25 — Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston
August 27 — San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theatre
August 28 — Dallas, TX @ House of Blues Dallas
August 30 — Phoenix, AZ @ Press Room
August 31 — Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
September 1 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco Theater
October 13 — Oakland, CA @ Middle Harbor Shoreline Park
December 09 — Copenhagen, Denmark @ VEGA Musikkens Hus
December 10 — Berlin, Germany @ Astra Kulturhaus
December 12 — London, England @ O2 Forum Kentish Town
December 13 — Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Melkweg
December 14 — Paris, France @ Le Bataclan