In what seems like a recurring issue this year, Travis Scott has run into "production issues" on his ASTROWORLD tour. The tour only kicked off a few days ago in Baltimore, with subsequent shows in Raleigh, NC, and Miami over the weekend. La Flame was scheduled to perform in Tampa tonight alongside openers Sheck Wes, Trippie Redd, and Gunna, but now the show has been moved back at the last minute.

"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," a representative for Travis told Complex. "Rescheduled dates for each of the four affected markets will be announced shortly as part of Leg 2 of the ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE tour."

Amalie Arena, the venue Scott was scheduled to appear at tonight in Tampa was the first to break the news. Shows in Hartford, Cleveland, and Milwaukee have also been postponed, with the new dates to be revealed shortly. Judging from the scope of the shows, which feature real amusement park rides, it's not all that surprising that he's run into some production issues on tour. 

Earlier this year, Drake and Migos had to postpone numerous shows, while Nicki Minaj had to postpone her entire tour with Future since she "didn't have time to rehearse."