Travis Scott’s New Zealand concert will not go ahead, as the artist is required to return to the USA immediately due to an unforeseen commitment.
Scott was due to perform a sold out show at Auckland's Powerstation tomorrow night, Tuesday October 4.
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Live Nation and Travis Scott apologise for any disappointment.
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