Drake postponed his second tour stop in Philadelphia on October 19 nearly an hour after the show was scheduled to begin. According to a Wells Fargo Center spokesman, the abrupt rescheduling was due to the show’s “elaborate nature” and “an unexpected technical issue.”
His “Would You Like a Tour?” show kicked off in Pittsburgh the night before, after being pushed back by three weeks and (mercifully) without any signs of tension between Drake and opening act Future. “I feel like motherfuckin’ Bon Jovi up in here!” Drake said. Concert footage suggested that he didn’t take the crowd for granted. Even when he invited Wiz Khalifa to perform breakout hit-turned-Steelers anthem “Black and Yellow,” he bounced to keep concert patrons hyped.
Drake’s Philly stop has been rescheduled to December 18; all tickets and parking receipts will be honored. For now, read a great recap at SPIN and check out video clips of his Pittsburgh concert after the jump.
Wiz Khalifa, “Black and Yellow”
“Worst Behavior”/”305 to My City”/”Started From the Bottom”