Chance the Rapper cancelled his gig in Los Angeles to perform at Rolling Loud Festival in the city later this year.
Originally, he was slated to perform at The Forum in Los Angeles on January 16, 2020. However, now he’s unable to play the gig since he is already performing in the city for the hip-hop festival Rolling Loud this December.
“The L.A. show scheduled for 2020 is not happening due to a radius clause,” the rapper said in a video statement over the weekend. “Basically, when I rescheduled my tour to spend more time with my family, I scheduled a date that isn’t actually doable because I have a different L.A. play. My L.A. show is now Rolling Loud fest at the end of 2019.”
In the announcement, Chance noted that he will work to reschedule the date sometime in 2020.
Last month, Chance had to push back his North American arena tour in order to spend more time with his new baby daughter. While the outing was supposed to kick-off in September, it has been pushed back to January 15. During the trek, fans will be able to hear tracks from his self-released debut studio record The Big Day, a family-centric record which delves into his wedding day.
Rolling Loud, which is taking place across the U.S. this year, will host an edition of the fest in Los Angeles at Banc of California Stadium and Exposition Park on December 14. Chance the Rapper will be joined by Lil Uzi Vert, Future, and A$AP Rocky.