Travis Scott Forced to Postpone Four Dates on Astroworld Tour Due to 'Production Issues'

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Travis Scott performs on day 3 of Austin City Limits Festival at Zilker Park on Oct. 7, 2018 in Austin, Texas.  

Travis Scott kicked off his anticipated Astroworld Tour on Thursday in Baltimore, and the trek has since romped through Raleigh, N.C., and Miami for riotous shows over the weekend. Unfortunately, production issues are starting to pop up over Scott's complex, carnival-themed stage design, prompting La Flame to cancel a handful of dates, including Monday night (Nov. 12) in Tampa Bay, Fla., at the Amalie Arena.

In addition to Monday night's cancellation, three other shows have also been postponed, according to the Amalie Arena Twitter account. "Due to technical production issues, tonight's sold out show in Tampa along with upcoming shows in Hartford (Nov 30), Cleveland (Dec 4) and Milwaukee (Dec 9) of Travis Scott's ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE tour are being postponed to a later date," they wrote Monday afternoon.

Rescheduled dates should be announced shortly. The arena Twitter account went on to state that all original tickets will be honored at the new show, but refunds are going to be offered in full at the point of purchase for those who cannot attend the alternate date. The Astroworld Tour next heads to Atlanta for a performance on Tuesday (Nov. 13).

Check out the official announcement below: