The "Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour" was set to kick off Friday night (Aug. 10) at Kansas City's Spring Center, but was delayed for a second time due to production issues.
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The Drake performance that was scheduled to happen tonight at the Sprint Center has been rescheduled to happen on Sunday. However, on July 24, Drake announced he would be pushing the tour back, reshuffling the first few dates and moving the grand opening to Kansas City on August 10. That's today. But yesterday, TMZ reports, the tour bus used by Drake's production team was towed from a hotel parking lot in Kansas City. Is Drake cursed? I don't know - you tell me.
The postponement also brings further questions about the schedule of the remainder of the 46-date North American tour.