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Posted: August 10, 2018

Drake postpones tour with Migos after production tour bus towed

What You Didn’t Know About Drake

By Najja Parker, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Drake was set to kick off his Aubrey and The Three Amigos Tour with Migos Friday night, but he was reportedly detoured. 

TMZ reported that the rapper's tour bus, which is used by the production team and is not the artist’s mode of transportation, was towed away from a hotel parking lot in Kansas City, Missouri, around 3 a.m. Thursday.

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According to the tabloid website, Drake and his crew were staying at the hotel, but it was unclear why their transportation was taken away. There were no citations nor arrests connected to the bus.

Related: Drake, Migos going on ‘Aubrey and the Three Amigos’ tour

Drake has since moved the opening to Aug. 12. 

“Due to production issues, Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour is postponing the Kansas City date. Tonight’s show at Sprint Center is rescheduled for Sunday, Aug. 12. All tickets will be honored for the new date,” Sprint Center officials said in a statement on Twitter

This is the second time the singer has delayed the beginning of his tour. It was originally slated to start on July 26 in Salt Lake City, and stop in Kansas City on July 31. However, Drake announced he would be reshuffling the first few dates and begin in Kansas City instead on Aug. 10. 

Related: Photos: Drake through the years

No word yet on if the latest changes will affect the rest of the tour. 


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Drake postpones tour with Migos after production tour bus towed

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Drake postpones tour with Migos after production tour bus towed

Drake has postponed his tour with Migos again. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Drake, Migos going on ‘Aubrey and the Three Amigos’ tour

Migos will join Drake on a 41-date summer and fall tour across North America.

Rolling Stone reported that the rapper, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, is going on the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour.” Billboard reported that the stadium tour will start July 6 in Salt Lake City, ending with two dates at Philips Arena in Atlanta Nov. 16 and 17.

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Drake will stop in his hometown of Toronto Aug. 10 and 11.

The rap trio Migos will be supporting their album “Culture II,” which features Drake on the single “Walk It Talk It.” According to a news release, the tour is leading up to Drake’s upcoming album “Scorpion.”

Dates for the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour” are below. General public tickets go on sale May 18 at Ticketmaster.com. Presale for American Express card members starts Tuesday at 10 a.m. More information is at Ticketmaster.com.

July 26: Salt Lake City at Vivint Smart Home ArenaJuly 28: Denver at Pepsi CenterJuly 31: Kansas City, Missouri, at Sprint CenterAug. 1: St. Paul, Minnesota, at Xcel Energy CenterAug. 10: Toronto at Air Canada CentreAug. 11: Toronto at Air Canada CentreAug. 14: Detroit at Little Caesars ArenaAug. 17: Chicago at United CenterAug. 18: Chicago at United CenterAug. 24: New York at Madison Square GardenAug. 25: New York at Madison Square GardenAug. 30: New York at Barclays CenterAug. 31: New York at Barclays CenterSept. 4: Montreal at Bell CentreSept. 7: Boston at TD GardenSept. 8 - Boston at TD GardenSept. 12 - Washington at Capital One ArenaSept. 13 - Washington at Capital One ArenaSept. 15 - Philadelphia at Wells Fargo CentreSept. 18 - Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone ArenaSept. 21: Miami at AmericanAirlines ArenaSept. 22: Miami at AmericanAirlines ArenaSept. 24: New Orleans at Smoothie King CenterSept. 26: Dallas at American Airlines CenterSept. 29: Houston at Toyota CenterSept. 30: Houston at Toyota CenterOct. 5: Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden ArenaOct. 6: Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden ArenaOct. 8: Phoenix at Gila River ArenaOct. 12: Los Angeles at STAPLES CenterOct. 13: Los Angeles at STAPLES CenterOct. 16: Los Angeles, at The ForumOct. 17: Los Angeles, at The ForumOct. 26: Oakland, California, at Oracle ArenaOct. 27: Oakland, California, at Oracle ArenaNov. 1: Seattle at Tacoma DomeNov. 3: Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers ArenaNov. 4: Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers ArenaNov. 6: Edmonton, Alberta, a Rogers PlaceNov. 16: Atlanta at Philips ArenaNov. 17: Atlanta at Philips Arena

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