Iggy Azalea Postpones ‘The Great Escape’ Arena Tour: See The Rescheduled Tour Dates

Bradley Stern | March 10, 2015 11:20 am
Iggy's Tour Reportedly In Danger Of Being Cancelled
Is Iggy Azalea's upcoming Great Escape national tour going I-G-G-Bye?

Well, that was fast! After a report surfaced yesterday that Iggy Azalea‘s upcoming The Great Escape Tour was threatened to be canceled due to the rapper’s “disengagement” from her team and “refusal” to do promo, the announcement came today that the tour has been officially postponed.

According to Billboard, Def Jam’s explanation for the delay is “to accommodate for creative team availability and tour productions.” And as far as those rumors that started swirling regarding her involvement? Reps for Iggy deny any issues between her and management.

That being said, the show is still going on: The announcement came bundled with a set of rescheduled tour dates for later this fall. (No word on whether Nick Jonas and Tinashe are still onboard, though.)

Check out the reschedule tour dates below, and let us know what you think about the postponement in the comments.

The Great Escape – Rescheduled North American tour dates:

Friday, Sept. 18              San Diego, CA            Valley View Casino Center
Sunday, Sept. 20            Fresno, CA                 SaveMart Center
Thursday, Sept. 24          Oakland, CA              The Oracle Arena
Friday, Sept. 25              Los Angeles, CA         STAPLES Center
Tuesday, Sept. 29           Denver, CO                Pepsi Center
Thursday, Oct. 1             Minneapolis, MN         Target Center
Friday, Oct. 2                 Rosemont, IL              Allstate Arena
Saturday, Oct. 3             Auburn Hills, MI          The Palace of Auburn Hills
Monday, Oct. 5               Washington, DC          Verizon Center
Tuesday, Oct. 6              Boston, MA                 TD Garden
Thursday, Oct. 8             Toronto, ON               Air Canada Centre
Saturday, Oct. 10           Philadelphia, PA          Wells Fargo Center
Sunday, Oct.11               Brooklyn, NY              Barclays Center
Monday, Oct. 12             Newark, NJ                Prudential Center
Thursday, Oct. 15           Atlanta, GA                Philips Arena
Saturday, Oct. 17           Miami, FL                   AmericanAirlines Arena
Sunday, Oct. 18             Orlando, FL                Amway Center
Thursday, Oct. 22           Houston, TX              Toyota Center
Friday, Oct. 23               Austin, TX                  Frank Erwin Center
Sunday, Oct. 25             Dallas, TX                  American Airlines Center
Tuesday, Oct. 27            Glendale, AZ              Gila River Arena

[via Billboard]