Drake performance at Sprint Center rescheduled for Sunday - KCTV5 News

Drake performance at Sprint Center rescheduled for Sunday

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

The Drake performance that was scheduled to happen tonight at the Sprint Center has been rescheduled to happen on Sunday.

The performance at the Sprint Center has now been set for August 12. The time of day will remain the same, so the show will start at 7 p.m.

The rescheduling was due to "production issues," according to a release. It also said all tickets will be honored for the new dates. The Sprint Center is offering refunds if you got your ticket from the box office.

This is the second time the rap superstar has had to postpone his concert at Sprint Center and some fans are “in their feelings” about it.

It’s not the gift Joaquina Pourier wanted on her 16th birthday.

She traveled 13 hours to see her favorite rapper in the family’s SUV with her mother and a friend from South Dakota.

They found out the show was rescheduled today while they were on their way to the Sprint Center. They spent more than a thousand dollars on the hotel, gas, and other expenses.

Drake and his camp have been silent about the mix-up.

Meanwhile, fans are becoming frustrated and running out of money.

“I love Drake and I’m a huge fan, but this isn’t good for him,” Pourier said. “This isn’t good for his image.”

The rap group Migos was scheduled to also perform with Drake tonight. They won’t make it either.

Two shows in Denver were canceled last month because one of the Migos’ members was arrested.

"The Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour is postponing the Kansas City and St. Paul dates,” the release said on Friday. “The St. Paul show is being postponed with a new date soon to be announced.”

For more information, contact the Price Chopper Box Office at the Sprint Center. You can call them at 888-929-7849.

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