Chris Brown was slated to perform in Columbus, Ohio last night, but the show was cancelled.
The Nationwide Arena announced the cancellation last night just before the concert.
— Nationwide Arena (@NationwideArena) September 25, 2019
Brown did not comment on the cancellation on social media, but many fans were dissapointed since some had traveled to make it to the show and did not hear of the cancellation until they had already arrived to the venue or were waiting in line.
Way to cancel Columbus right before the show! If you are sick, hit up your nurse practitioner fans. We could have made you better so you could perform! So disappointing ???
— Heathernp85 (@heathernp85) September 26, 2019
Should have told us way earlier slim ??♀️??
— $ie Note (@Si_Leone) September 25, 2019
Okay I just think we need a better apology Bc your post 30 min before the show is ridiculous. ?
— ♑️Rissa ? (@Shee_xGorgeouss) September 25, 2019
You really made me drive 2 hours away any you did not show up. ?
— Brazzy Braz (@BrazBrazzy) September 25, 2019
Dude? You was attendance for every other show,me n my twin sister drove down for our bday?…and u cancel 30 minutes before while we’re in line?
— Bri (@brianacun93) September 26, 2019
i waste 2 n half hour driving up to see your concert n you cancelled im soo madddd????
— Amber Marie Schreiber (@Amber26512053) September 26, 2019
At this time, there has been no word of the show being rescheduled. Ticketholders are encouraged to reach out for refunds via point of purchase.
The gig was a part of Brown’s Inidgo Tour, which is running through late October. He is supposed to perform tonight in Chicago, but it is unknown at this time if he’ll still perform. Later this month, he’ll hit Indianapolis and Detroit, followed by gigs in Dallas, San Antonio, Los Angeles, and San Diego in October before wrapping-up in Anaheim on October 19.