Demi Lovato Postpones Latin America Tour

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Demi Lovato sings “Sorry Not Sorry” and “Tell Me You Love Me” during the MTV European Music Awards at The SSE in Wembley, London, Nov. 12.

Demi Lovato is taking her career to the next level this year with her global “Tell Me You Love Me” tour, but she announced yesterday she had to bump back the full Latin American leg of the trek due to production issues.

“I’m absolutely heartbroken that I have to make this announcement today… due to production issues we have to move the South America,” the singer wrote on her Instagram page. “I’m devastated we had to remove those shows. Truly hate that we have to do this and we tried our best to make it happen but there were some unforeseen production issues. If you’re unable to make any of these new dates we will give you a full refund.”

The dates were originally scheduled to start April 15 in Sao Paulo, Brazil and would move through other Brazilian cities, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Costa Rica, and Mexico. Those gigs have all been bumped back to September, the first of which is now in Mexico City, Sept. 20.

Demi just wrapped the U.S. and Canada leg of the tour, and submitted Boxoffice reports for nearly all of the dates, getting her to No. 9 on the Global Concert Pulse this week with $1 million in average gross and 12,448 average tickets per market appearance.

Her next performance is now set to take place May 24 at The SSE Arena Belfast in Northern Ireland, kicking off the European leg of her tour. She also festival plays lined up at The Biggest Weekend in Sketty, Wales, May 27; Rock in Rio – Lisbon in Portugal June 24; and California Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles, Calif., July 22 with her friend Iggy Azalea July 22.

For more Demi dates, check out her Pollstar artist page