Drake, Migos Postpone 2 Concerts In Miami
Drake scrapped a pair of shows this weekend in Miami due to illness.
Only hours before Friday’s Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour stop at the American Airlines Arena, the venue announced it was being rescheduled to Nov. 13 and Saturday’s show was bumped to Nov. 14.
The announcement blamed “circumstances beyond our control.”
Fans were fuming.
Here's a free PR tip @Drake, if you'd like to minimize your fans disappointment regarding your postponed #Miami shows then I'd highly advise that you come out with a public video apology asap. #DrakeConcert— Allison Moraga (@allisonmoraga) September 21, 2018
We've travelled over 4,368 miles from the UK to see Drake in Miami tonight and he's just postponed the concert date until November. This is the 2nd time we've booked to see him abroad and he's postponed. @Drake - I'm Upset. pic.twitter.com/U6oeeRbvQf— Ruby Fern (@rubyfernfern) September 21, 2018
DRAKE MOVED THE DATE OF CONCERT AND I AM ALREADY IN MIAMI. I DROVE 7 HOURS FOR N O T H I N G— patty (@pattygreyna) September 21, 2018
Drake later explained that he had fallen ill and had been in hospital.
On July 24, with two days to go, the tour launch was postponed until Aug. 10. This bumped three Toronto shows to Aug. 20, 21 and 22. On the morning of Aug. 20, though, promoters announced that “due to circumstances beyond our control,” the first show was being postponed.
Earlier this month, Drake pulled out of a scheduled appearance at a Toronto International Film Festival screening only hours before.
The Toronto rap superstar cancelled an October 2016 concert in Toronto due to an ankle injury and, this past May, scrapped a June 7th show at the Après Noir supper club near Toronto. It has been rescheduled for Nov. 29.
In 2017, Drake’s Boy Meets World UK tour was postponed due to “unforeseen production setbacks.”