PHOENIX — An injury has forced popular rapper Childish Gambino to postpone an upcoming concert appearance in suburban Phoenix and several other cities.
Gila River Arena, where he was to take to the stage Tuesday, tweeted out the show had been rescheduled for Dec. 15.
Gambino, the music alias of actor Donald Glover, hurt his foot during a show last weekend in Dallas.
The Arizona Coyotes, who play their NHL home games at the Glendale arena, will be on the road starting Dec. 11. They return for a game Dec. 18.
Tickets for the original This is America tour show will be honored on the new date.
Under doctors’ orders, Childish Gambino has postponed his remaining “This Is America Tour” dates until later this year due to an injury. Tickets will be honored for the Gila River Arena show originally scheduled for Oct 5. The new show date will be December 15th. pic.twitter.com/1fiAiUPdWp
— Gila River Arena (@GilaRivArena) September 27, 2018
The Grammy winner’s tour kicked off Sept. 6 in Atlanta. He had played 10 dates before the injury.
His tour was set to resume Dec. 2 in Nashville, Tennessee.