Rising Latin star Peso Pluma postponed a handful of shows and cancelled a gig without reasoning.
Peso Pluma was scheduled to perform in Milwaukee for the first time, but the show was pushed-back in September. While he was set to take the stage again at the Fiserv Forum on November 4, the gig has now been postponed for a second time. Milwaukee isn’t alone; shows in Indianapolis on Halloween and Alabama on November 2 were also postponed, while a gig in Chicago on October 29 was cancelled.
The singer did not address the postponements or cancellation. Ticketholders for the postponed shows should hold onto their tickets for the rescheduled dates, while Chicago ticketholders should seek refunds via point of purchase.
This isn’t the first time Peso Pluma has postponed or cancelled gigs on this tour. In September, his show in Indianapolis was postponed and a San Francisco concert was called-off. According to the Arizona Republic, members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel reportedly hung a banner from a bridge, threatening him not to perform an upcoming show in Tijuana on October 14.
Peso Pluma is originally from Jalisco and in songs like “GAVILÁN II,” he mentions the Sinaloa Cartel, the main rival of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. He also delves into drug culture in his song “El Belicon” with Raul Vega. The singer took to social media to write “please don’t believe everything you see on the internet,” however, the Tijuana gig was ultimately cancelled.
He is currently on his Doble P Tour, where he’s set to play a round of shows in Mexico and Spain over the next month.
Last Updated on October 25, 2023