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Jay Z‘s 4:44 Tour has hit a bump in the road and will not be making it to its upcoming Nebraska stop.
Since kicking off in late October, the 4:44 tour has had several headlines with ticket sales concerns, and Jay Z recently stopped his show to encourage a young fan in the audience, but now production technical difficulties are to blame for the cancellation of two shows.
On Friday, HOV released a statement explaining why he decided to cancel the December 6th show, citing it being ‘impossible’ to set up screens in time at the Pinnacle Bank Arena.
In the statement, Jay writes:
Due to the scale of this production, we cannot get the screens up on time into the building in Nebraska. This tour is too important to me to do it halfway, I have to cancel the show.
Refunds for the December 6th show are now being offered but without any detail of rescheduling.
Jay hits LA’s Forum December 21st so hopefully everything is figured out by then.
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