Drake has been setting Europe on fire with his recent Assassination Vacation Tour. However, on Monday fans in the Netherlands were hit with disappointment when they found out changes had been made to the rapper's Amsterdam concert dates.
According to the Ziggo Dome website, Drake's performances at the venue have been moved from their previously scheduled dates of April 25 and 26 to April 15 and 16; his April 23 show is simply canceled. Although Complex has reached out to Drake's team in hopes of gathering more information, as of now only reason fans were given for this shuffle was "changes in the tour schedule."
This is not the first time Drake has missed an Amsterdam performance. In 2017 while on his Boy Meets World Tour, the rapper's management released a statement explaining that "unforeseen production setbacks" had for them to postpone shows in London, Glasgow, and Amsterdam. When set to perform his first of the two rescheduled Amsterdam shows, Drake unexpectantly canceled at the last minute. Later it was revealed that an undisclosed illness led doctors to request he didn't perform that evening.
Despite the uncontrollable circumstances, Drake's troubled history with Amsterdam has his fans taking to the internet with their frustrations. Many are claiming that this cancelation will take a toll on their pockets as their hotel reservations and booked flights are non-refundable.