Drake continues to hit road bumps with his Would You Like a Tour?, the latest glitch causing a cancelled appearance last night in Philadelphia, Pa. after concertgoers had already been admitted into the venue.
According to an article posted Oct. 20 at Philly.com, the superstar Canuck rapper pulled the plug on Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center on Oct. 19 at the last minute due to 'an unexpected technical issue,' leaving fans frustrated and disappointed.
A spokesperson for the venue said in a statement, "Due to the elaborate nature of tonight's show and an unexpected technical issue, Drake's Would You Like A Tour? concert at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia has been postponed until Wednesday, December 18."
All tickets for last night's cancelled show will be honoured at the new date in December, the statement confirmed.
The date, only the second stop on the tour, is the latest in a string of postponements and cancellations the tour has suffered.
Drizzy already bumped the starting date of the tour due to "technical production requirements," which caused three cancellations and a dozen rescheduled dates in Canada and the U.S.
The Toronto native also recently fired his supporting artist Future over comments the Atlanta, Ga. rapper made about his new album "Nothing was the Same," but resolved the feud in time for the tour's opener on Oct. 17 in Pittsburgh, Pa.
The tour is scheduled to continue back in Canada on Oct. 20 in Montreal, QC at Bell Centre.
Did you know? Drake's new studio album "Nothing was the Same" debuted at No.1 in Canada and the U.S.