Singer-songwriter Demi Lovato was forced to cancel several shows on the South America leg of her “Tell Me You Love Me Tour.” With dates in Ecuador, Panama, and Costa Rica being canceled due to production issues, quite a few dates have been rescheduled.
Lovato was set to hit the road for the South American trek of the “Tell Me You Love Me Tour” beginning on April 15th at Allianz Parque in Brazil, and then on to Mexico in early May, but pushed the run back into September, due to there being “production issues.”
“I’m absolutely heartbroken that I have to make this announcement today… due to production issues we have to move the South America #tellmeyoulovemetour dates,” Lovato stated in a post on her social media.
With Ecuador, Panama, and Costa Rica now being axed from the list of tour stops, Demi further apologized for the technicalities.
“Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Panama I’m devastated we had to remove those shows … Truly hate that we have to do this & we tried our best but there were some unforeseen production issues. If you’re unable to make the new dates we will give you a full refund … I’m so sorry. I promise it will be worth the wait & I hope to see you. I love you guys so much!” she added.
I’m absolutely heartbroken that I have to make this announcement today… due to production issues we have to move the South America #tellmeyoulovemetour dates 😔 Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Panama I’m devastated we had to remove those shows. https://t.co/rXn1V4RprD pic.twitter.com/j56IKtJdhv
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) April 10, 2018
Current ticket holders have been asked to hold on to their tickets for the rescheduled shows or to seek a refund if they were unable to attend the newly scheduled dates.
In March, Lovato spent most of her time touring North America and will be gearing up to land in the UK with tour performances beginning on May 24th at SSE Arena in Belfast. The tour is set to wrap up on June 24th at Bologna Unipol Arena in Bologna, Italy.
The completed list of rescheduled dates are as follows:
Thursday, September 20 – Mexico City – Arena Ciudad de Mexico
Saturday, September 22 – Monterrey – Arena Monterrey
Wednesday, November 14 – Santiago – Arena Movistar
Saturday, November 17 – Buenos Aires – DirecTV Arena
Monday, November 19 – Sao Paulo – Allianz Parque
Wednesday, November 21 – Rio de Janeiro – Jeunesse Arena
Saturday, November 24 – Recife – Classic Hall
Tuesday, November 27 – Fortaleza – Centro de Eventos do Ceará