Just a month before it was slated to begin, Iggy Azalea’s The Great Escape Tour has been rescheduled “due to tour production delays,” her label announced.
“To accommodate for creative team availability and tour production plans, it was determined that the tour will not be ready this Spring,” Def Jam said in a statement. “It is extremely important to Iggy that she delivers the show she envisaged to share with her fans and that requires more time in development.”
The news comes a day after The Wrap reported that the tour was in jeopardy because the “Fancy” rapper had become “increasingly unresponsive to her management and refuses to engage in promotion.” A representative for Azalea denied the reports to Billboard, saying “there’s no truth to the rumor that there’s any conflict between her and her management.”
New opening acts, to replace the previously announced guests Tinashe (whom Azalea joined for a remix of “All Hands on Deck”) and Nick Jonas, will be announced shortly, Def Jam says.
The rescheduled dates are below:
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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