Pusha T has postponed his European tour to 2023 it has been announced.
The rapper whose album It’s Almost Dry was one of this year’s best in rap, has said that all European dates will be moved til next year, citing “production issues.”
This includes the planned last stop in Dublin’s Academy on December 21st, along with dates in Amsterdam, Cologne, Berlin, Milan, Munich, Copenhagen, Paris and Zurich, along with UK dates in Manchester, London, Birmingham and Bristol.
Promoters MCD shared the news on Instagram stories, with new dates to follow.
The statement reads:
“The Pusha T tour is postponed to 2023 due to production issues, as we want to bring you the best show possible. Hold on to your tickets for news of rescheduled dates ASAP.”
🚨 @Pusha_T update 🚨— MCD Productions (@mcd_productions) November 24, 2022
The Pusha T tour is postponed to 2023 due to production issues, as we want to bring you the best show possible. Hold on to your tickets for news of rescheduled dates ASAP. pic.twitter.com/x1nxgr4Moh
It’s the latest in cancelled dates for a North American artist, as touring acts grapple with war-related inflation, rising costs, Brexit and more.
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