It looks like Iggy Azalea isn’t just taking a break from social media, but being in front of people all together.
The New Classic rapper has just announced that her upcoming tour, The Great Escape Tour, has been postponed from its original start date in April.
Def Jam released a statement on the rescheduling, saying that it was being pushed back “due to tour production delays.”
There were rumors circulating that the tour was going to be cancelled altogether because of conflicts behind the scenes, as well as lack of promotion, but the record label says it was done “to accommodate for creative team availability and tour productions.”
Their statement continued:
“It’s important to Iggy that she delivers the show she envisaged to share with her fans and that requires more time in development.”
Iggy’s Twitter account also tweeted:
Iggz HQ: The tour getting pushed back only means that it’ll be way more amazing than it would’ve been in April. Good things take time.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) March 10, 2015
Despite the rumors that also said that Iggy became “disengaged from her core team,” her rep denied the reports, stating, “There’s no truth to the rumor that there’s any conflict between her and her management.”
Tinashe was set to open the shows on tour, along with Nick Jonas, but she has unfortunately pulled out. She tweeted:
Unfortunately I won’t be participating in the Great Escape Tour, but I would never disappoint – I WILL be on tour THIS summer! DETAILS SOON!
— Tinashe (@Tinashe) March 10, 2015
Nick also pulled out of the tour, most likely due to scheduling conflicts, as he tweeted to fans:
Unfortunately I’m not able to join the rescheduled Great Escape Tour, but you will still get to see me this spring, details coming!
— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) March 11, 2015
The tour will kick back up in the Fall season, around mid-September, and you can check out the revised dates below.
Sept. 18 – San Diego, CA – Valley View Casino Center
Sept. 20 – Fresno, CA – SaveMart Center
Sept. 24 – Oakland, CA – The Oracle Arena
Sept. 25 – Los Angeles, CA – STAPLES Center
Sept. 29 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
Oct. 1 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
Oct. 2 – Rosemont, IL – Allstate Arena
Oct. 3 – Auburn Hills, MI – The Palace of Auburn Hills
Oct. 5 – Washington, DC – Verizon Center
Oct. 6 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
Oct. 8 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre
Oct. 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Oct.11 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
Oct. 12 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
Oct. 15 – Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
Oct. 17 – Miami, FL – AmericanAirlines Arena
Oct. 18 – Orlando, FL – Amway Center
Oct. 22 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Oct. 23 – Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center
Oct. 25 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Oct. 27 – Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena
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