in front little babyWith the “It’s Only Us” tour set to kick off in Texas next week, the Atlanta-based rapper dropped 10 cities from his original 32-stop lineup with little explanation. Child Laroi He was also filmed as a supporting actor, but GloRilla, Gloss Up, Rylo Rodriguez and Hunxho are still ready to perform.
Produced by AG Entertainment Touring and Mammoth, the nationwide arena tour will no longer be in Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Denver, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Louisville, all of which are part of the group. tour series announced earlier this year. (Tickets for these dates go on general sale on April 13.)
Lil Baby posted an updated tour schedule on Instagram last week, adding two new dates on August 29 in Philadelphia and August 30 in New York City.
The post didn’t offer or even mention a reason for the canceled dates, and fans immediately expressed their disappointment in the post’s comment section: “You find it very odd that you canceled the Sacramento concert and didn’t give us a reason – you need more. [sic] correction [sic] now this,” one said, “you really fired Minnesota but are you going to Wisconsin (thumbs down emoji)?”
Representatives of Lil Baby, the “It’s Only Us” tour, and Kid Laroi did not immediately respond. Variationcomments requests.
When the ticket sales tables are examined closely, ticketmaster.comFor pre-existing dates like Memphis (September 7 at FedExForum) and Seattle (August 12 at Climate Pledge Arena), half of the venues have sold, with the strongest sales coming from Los Angeles. the number of seats (excluding resale tickets) has already been filled.
Lil Baby will depart at Toyota Center in Houston starting July 26 and is gearing up to complete the trek on September 26. ft. 22 at the FLA Live Arena in Lauderdale.