The Millennium Tour 2020, featuring acts such as Omarion, Bow Wow, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, Lloyd and more had just kicked off there nationwide tour on February 29th.
But the organizers behind the tour have been forced to reschedule tour dates due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Bow Wow confirmed the unfortunate news via Instagram where he informed fans that any tickets that were previously purchased will be honored at consequent shows.
“We are working hard everyday and will continue to update you with the latest news! Stay safe and we will be back before you know it!” he promised. “Tix are still available for purchase! DONT FORGET HOLD ON TO YOUR TIX IF PURCHASED THEY WILL BE GOOD TO USE AT NEW DATES!”
"Due to unprecedented circumstances surrounding the coronavirus, some tour dates are in the process of being rescheduled with announcements to follow soon," the statement reads.
"We will continue to work with the appropriate state and local authorities and our venue partners to provide a safe and healthy environment at each tour stop. During this time, we ask for your patience. As each day develops, we will continue to plan accordingly and ultimately determine the best course of action. Our commitment is to keep you posted on a regular basis. Thanks for your understanding."
Omarion first announced the 2020 instalment of the tour back in November, following the success of the first round alongside his B2K bandmates earlier that year. However, the exclusion of B2K from the 2020 Millennium Tour caused quite the controversy. The rescheduled dates for the 2020 Millennium Tour are as follows:
May 22nd- Pittsburgh, PA
May 23rd- Baltimore, MD
May 24th- Newark, NJ
June 26th- Cleveland
June 27th- Chicago
June 28th- Detroit
July 17th- Dallas, TX
July 18th- Houston, TX