Chance the Rapper has been forced to cancel his 2020 concert in Los Angeles due to a radius clause.
The artist announced on his Instagram page that he has canceled his upcoming Los Angeles concert on January 16, 2020 and instead will be headlining the opening day of L.A.’s Rolling Loud Festival on December 14.
“The L.A. show scheduled for 2020 is not happening due to a radius clause,” Chance said in the video clip. “Basically, when I rescheduled my tour to spend more time with the family, I scheduled a date that isn’t actually doable because I have a different L.A. play. My L.A. show is now Rolling Loud fest at the end of 2019.”
A radius clause is a non-compete form many musicians and performers are required to sign when confirming a show. The clause states the performer cannot play another show for a certain length of time, either prior to or following an appearance at a concert or festival.
“So sorry to all my fans in L.A. If you can, come out to Rolling Loud. It’s going to be an amazing time. We’re figuring out rescheduling for later in 2020 for my arena show. So, once again, I’m sorry,” Chance said at the end of the video.
The two-day Rolling Loud festival will be held at L.A.’s Banc of California Stadium and Exposition Park. The festival will be headlined by Lil Uzi Vert, Future and A$AP Rocky.
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