Raptors Score A Spot In NBA Finals, Twenty One Pilots Show Cancelled Raptors Score A Spot In NBA Finals, Twenty One Pilots Show Cancelled
Toronto sports fans are celebrating as the Raptors have secured a spot in the finals, but Twenty One Pilots’ fans are feeling heartbroken and... Raptors Score A Spot In NBA Finals, Twenty One Pilots Show Cancelled

Toronto sports fans are celebrating as the Raptors have secured a spot in the finals, but Twenty One Pilots’ fans are feeling heartbroken and frustrated that the duo’s show has now been cancelled.

Rap-rock duo Twenty One Pilots were slated to perform at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena tonight and tomorrow night. However, since the Raptors will need the space on Thursday, Wednesday’s show has been cancelled in order for the league to load-in and set-up for the game.

Twenty One Pilots noted in a tweet that Ticketmaster would be reaching out to Wednesday’s ticketholders while “we try to find more seats for night one.” Fans took to social media to explain their frustration. Many had already booked flights and other accommodations for Wednesday’s show.

Twenty One Pilots, best known for tracks like “Stressed Out,” “Car Radio,” and “My Blood,” are currently on a North American tour in support of their fourth studio album, Trench. Over the weekend, the group performed at Boston Calling Music Festival, as well as England’s Radio1 Big Weekend. Tonight, they’ll play in Toronto, followed by shows in cities like Pittsburgh, Brooklyn, Raleigh, Charlotte, Orlando, Houston, and Memphis before wrapping-up in Columbus, Ohio on June 29.

This is the Raptors’ first time making the NBA Finals; the team won four straight games against the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference finals, scoring the spot with a 4-2 series win.