Nearly all of the dates on Iggy Azalea’s “Bad Girls” North American tour have been cancelled, according to notices on the Ticketmaster website. The 21-city, five-week tour, her first headlining trek in the territory in four years, was scheduled to kick off Oct. 27 in Hollywood, Fla. and wrap Dec. 4 in Houston.
At press time all of the 21 dates except four — Minneapolis, St. Louis, Salt Lake City and Hollywood, Calif. — had been marked cancelled; a four-date tour of those cities does not seem likely.
Opening act CupcakKe announced Tuesday that she would no longer be on Azalea’s tour due to a “change of plans,” further implying on Saturday that the tour was in trouble by claiming in a social media post: “Listen y’all , I went from getting paid 330k on this tour to 30k that’s what I mean by “change plans”……………. THIS WAS NOT IGGY THAT CHANGED PLANS !!!!! It was the ones that put it together !!!!! Iggy knows I love her …. I just need that bag IN FULL that’s all.”
There was no notice of the cancellations on Azalea’s website at press time; reps for the rapper and tour promoter Live Nation did not immediately respond to Variety‘s request for comment.
— Marilyn MonHOE (@CupcakKe_rapper) October 6, 2018
The tour was in support of Azalea’s “Survive the Summer” EP, released in August, her first outing in four years, which featured guest spots from Wiz Khalifa and Tyga.
|October 27||Hollywood, FL||Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino|
|October 29||Atlanta, GA||Coca-Cola Roxy|
|October 30||Nashville, TN||Nashville Municipal Auditorium|
|November 1||Washington, D.C.||The Theater at MGM National Harbor|
|November 3||Upper Darby, PA||Tower Theater presented by Cricket Wireless|
|November 6||New York, NY||United Palace|
|November 8||Uncasville, CT||Mohegan Sun Arena|
|November 9||Boston, MA||Orpheum Theatre|
|November 12||Toronto, ON||REBEL|
|November 14||Detroit, MI||The Fillmore Detroit presented by Cricket Wireless|
|November 16||Indianapolis, IN||Egyptian Room at Old National Centre|
|November 17||Chicago, IL||Aragon Ballroom|
|November 19||Minneapolis, MN||Armory|
|November 20||St. Louis, MO||Stifel Theatre|
|November 23||Denver, CO||Fillmore Auditorium|
|November 24||Salt Lake City, UT||The Complex|
|November 27||San Jose, CA||City National Civic|
|November 29||Los Angeles, CA||Hollywood Palladium|
|December 1||Phoenix, AZ||Comerica Theatre|
|December 3||Dallas, TX||South Side Ballroom|
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