Concerts in St. Paul, Salt Lake City, and Denver have been nixed.
Drake and Migos will be bypassing tour stops in Salt Lake City, St. Paul and Denver. News of these cancellations was reported by the leading media outlets in each city, who were put on notice by the ticket-holders themselves. It appears that Drake & company informed the registered ticket-holders of their plans via e-mail. When contacted, a spokesperson for the tour cited "quality assurance" as the primary reason for the cancellation.
Drake and Migos were scheduled to perform the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on August the 1st. It would have marked the 3rd time Drake had graced the stage at the arena that houses the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA and The Wild of The National Hockey League. Refunds were made available at the point of purchase.
The "Aubrey & The Three Amigos" tour was supposed to take place in Denver in lieu of the July 28 and 29 which were canceled earlier in the summer. The make-up dates have been scratched as well, and to make matters worse, Childish Gambino was also forced to reschedule his October 9 show in the same venue, for a date in December.
The Salt Lake City ticket-holders were also conveniently shafted for the second time. The Utah tour stop for "Aubrey and the Three Migos" was originally slated for July 26, then it was postponed, and now the rescheduled October 10 date has been completely eradicated for reasons unknown.
Better luck next time.