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Rest assured, Azaleans: Iggy Azalea will be going on tour, but you’ll have to wait a little longer to see the show.
Early this morning, reports surfaced claiming the 24-year-old rapper’s The Great Escape tour has been canceled due to poor ticket sales as well as conflict between the musician and her management team.
Following a string of speculative stories, Iggy’s team clarified that the tour has not been canceled—only rescheduled for fall—in addition to shooting down reports alleging there’s drama between the “Fancy” rapper and her record label.
Def Jam Recordings issued a statement to Billboard saying Iggy’s tour has been postponed “due to tour production delays,” adding that “to accommodate for creative team availability and tour productions, it was determined that the tour will not be ready this spring.”
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“It’s important to Iggy that she delivers the show she envisaged to share with her fans and that requires more time in development,” the statement read.
The announcement from Iggy’s record label comes less than a week after the rapper vowed to take a break from social media following a number of nasty Twitter feuds.
Currently, her management runs her pages, and on Tuesday a tweet was posted that elaborated on the tour rescheduling.
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In addition to postponing Iggy’s North American tour, Billboard also reports that Nick Jonas and Tinashe will no longer be her opening acts, although it is unclear who will replace them.
“It’s my first arena tour. And I’d like it to not be my last arena tour,” the recording artist told the February issue of GQ magazine. “I want everything to be right … at the moment, I’m just trying to work on the initial stage design and making a stage that I feel like can engage with many people in an arena that big. So I’m doing something maybe not very traditional, and I’m working on that.”
Rescheduled tour dates include:
9/18 San Diego, CA — Valley View Casino Center
9/20 Fresno, CA — SaveMart Center
9/24 Oakland, CA — The Oracle Arena
9/25 Los Angeles, CA — STAPLES Center
9/29 Denver, CO — Pepsi Center
10/1 Minneapolis, MN — Target Center
10/2 Rosemont, IL — Allstate Arena
10/3 Auburn Hills, MI — The Palace of Auburn Hills
10/5 Washington, DC — Verizon Center
10/6 Boston, MA — TD Garden
10/8 Toronto, ON — Air Canada Centre
10/10 Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center
10/11 Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center
10/12 Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
10/15 Atlanta, GA — Philips Arena
10/17 Miami, FL — AmericanAirlines Arena
10/18 Orlando, FL — Amway Center
10/22 Houston, TX — Toyota Center
10/23 Austin, TX — Frank Erwin Center
10/25 Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
10/27 Glendale, AZ — Gila River Arena
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