On Monday (Aug. 28), 50 Cent took to Instagram to announce that the Phoenix stop of his “The Final Lap Tour” will unfortunately not be taking place later today (Aug. 29) as planned due to extreme heat. “For anyone who would like a refund, please go to point of purchase for instructions. I’ll be back in Arizona soon! One hundred sixteen degrees is dangerous for everyone,” the G-Unit general said. Currently, Southern Arizona is under an excessive heat warning until 8 p.m. MST.
“The Final Lap Tour” kicked off in July at Salt Lake City’s Maverik Center and will continue through the United States and Canada before closing its first leg in Toronto. Late September will then see 50, supporting act Busta Rhymes, and more heading overseas for a wealth of stops in Europe, Asia, and Oceania.
Back in May, 50 Cent revealed that he intends to add another continent to his big excursion. “I gotta get to Africa. I got a lot of spots I gotta hit before I be done,” he said in an Instagram video. He also alluded to this being the final tour of his career. “I won’t be running around like this no more. I gotta do my film and television stuff, and got a lot of other things going on behind the scenes that I gotta work on. So I won’t be out touring as much as I’ve been touring, or [be] as visible as I’ve been.”
You can check out the remaining North American dates below.
“The Final Lap Tour” schedule:
Aug. 30: Los Angeles, CA — Crypto.com Arena
Aug. 31: Chula Vista, CA — North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
Sept. 1: Irvine, CA — FivePoint Amphitheater
Sept. 2: Mountain View, CA — Shoreline Amphitheatre
Sept. 4: Sacramento, CA — Golden 1 Center
Sept. 6: Ridgefield, WA — RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
Sept. 7: Seattle, WA — Climate Pledge Arena
Sept. 8: Vancouver, BC — Rogers Arena
Sept. 10: Calgary, AB — Scotiabank Saddledome
Sept. 11: Edmonton, AB — Rogers Place
Sept. 13: Winnipeg, MB — Canada Life Centre
Sept. 15: St. Paul, MN — Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 16: Chicago, IL — United Center
Sept. 17: Detroit, MI — Pine Knob Music Theatre
Sept. 19: Baltimore, MD — CFG Bank Arena
Sept. 20: Holmdel, NJ — PNC Bank Arts Center
Sept. 22: Toronto, ON — Budweiser Stage
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