American rapper Kanye West has cancelled his upcoming Vancouver show... for good.

Kanye West cancels Vancouver Yeezus show… again and for good

West had postponed his Vancouver show twice already, and also postponed his two concerts in Toronto.

Ye has officially cancelled his Yeezus Vancouver concert… and for good this time.

After a re-scheduling of his October 20 concert, Kanye West had planned to touchdown in Vancouver on October 31 instead for a Halloween night concert on Canada’s West Coast, at Rogers Arena. Last week, that was postponed, too, when an accident with his tour bus caused him to miss the show.

And, on Wednesday, West’s team posted the new Yeezus tour schedule to the rapper’s (hip hopper’s?) website – a schedule leaving off Vancouver, among other stops.

Also cancelled were upcoming shows in Montreal, Denver, Columbus, Montreal, Minneapolis and St. Louis:

Kanye West cancels Vancouver show on Yeezus tour

Rogers Arena announced on Twitter that refunds for Kanye West tickets are available at their “point of purchase”.

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