Seven Dates Canceled On Meek Mill And Future’s ‘Legendary Nights Tour

Seven dates have been nixed on the “Legendary Nights 2019” amphitheatre tour featuring Meek Mill and Future, with shows in St. Louis, Noblesville, Burgettstown, Saratoga Springs, Albuquerque, Las Vegas and Phoenix canceled according to Ticketmaster and AXS, as well as removed from an updated tour advertisement.
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The tour, which includes YG, Mustard, and Megan Thee Stallion on most dates as well, kicks off Aug. 31 in Chicago, taking in markets including Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Tampa, and ends Sept. 29 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Woodlands, Texas.
Live Nation did not respond to a Pollstar request for further comment on the Legendary Nights dates, although some local outlets cited scheduling conflicts. 
The Legendary Nights tour follows Meek Mill’s “The Motivation Tour” of this spring. Boxoffice reports from that run submitted to Pollstar include 6,000 tickets sold to the Anthem in Washington, D.C., March 21, which grossed $307,618, and 6,298 tickets sold May 31 at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pa. , which grossed $428,142.
Future’s recent most recent headline reports are from 2017, including Aug. 27 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., which sold 2,034 tickets and grossed $144,486, and 7,295 tickets sold to Boardwalk Hall in Syracuse, N.Y, which grossed $183,655 Aug. 24.  
He also toured with Migos, Kodak Black and Tory Lanez on a lengthy tour in 2017. 
Refunds are available at point of purchase according to Ticketmaster.