NEW YORK (AP) — Iggy Azalea's upcoming U.S. tour is proving to be too fancy: The rapper is rescheduling it because of production delays.
Azalea's record label said Tuesday that The Great Escape Tour will not kick off next month. Instead, the spring tour will happen in the fall.
The statement says "to accommodate for creative team availability and tour production plans, it was determined that the tour will not be ready."
Original tickets will be honored at their rescheduled dates. Tickets for previously announced shows in Baltimore, Las Vegas and Sacramento, California, won't be rescheduled.
The U.S. arena tour will start Sept. 19 in San Diego and wrap Oct. 27 in Glendale, Arizona. Opening acts Nick Jonas and Tinashe will be replaced.
Grammy-nominated Azalea's hits include "Fancy" and "Black Widow."