Migos Postpone ‘Yung Rich Nation’ Tour, Issue Statement


With less than a week to go before their highly anticipated US headlining tour was set to begin, the member of Migos have announced they have been forced to postpone the Yung Rich Nation tour until July.

Speaking to fans and journalists through a press release, the members of Migos avoided bringing up their recent arrest(s) while attempting to explain the reason for their tour’s delay. They wrote, “Due to circumstances beyond our control we are postponing this tour until July. We want to be at our best and make sure that we give 100% during the Yung Rich Nation tour. We would also like to say “Thank You” to all of our fans for their love and support.”

Two members of Migos were released from prison this week, but at the time of posting Offset remains in jail.

It is unclear at this time whether Migos will attempt to reschedule and honor all current shows, but at least one venue has already issued a statement offering full refunds to all ticket holders. You can read that message, which was distributed by Brick Street Bar out of Ohio, below.

Migos’ debut album, YRN, is still scheduled for release on June 16.


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