The promoter of a controversial, canceled Lil Wayne concert in Rochester, New York has announced that the New Orleans rapper will make up the missed date.
Over 8,000 fans were disappointed last Sunday (October 26), when Lil Wayne refused to perform at the Blue Cross Arena, allegedly because of the venues sound system.
Hip-Hop star Ludacris replaced Lil Wayne as the headlining performer during the concert, which has now been rescheduled for December 6 at the same venue, the Blue Cross Arena.
According to promoter Ed Strickland, all parties involved have agreed to the December 6 rescheduled date, which was originally reserved for a concert featuring Atlanta rap superstar T.I.
Original tickets will be honored for the December 6 show, while refunds for Sundays missed show will still be available to disenchanted fans until December 14.
Lil Wayne canceled more dates last week as well, leaving behind a trail of angry fans and supporters.
The day after he missed the Rochester New York performance (October 27), Lil Wayne left over 20,000 fans in Boston disappointed at JAMN 94.5s Monster Jam, after the rapper and his entourage refused a security check.
Headliner Jay-Z extended his set during the concert in order to calm angry fans, who had paid to see the rapper perform.
On October 28, Lil Wayne rapper made New Yorks Power 105.1s annual Powerhouse concert at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey and gave a spectacular performance.
Then, AllHipHop.com found out that Lil Wayne canceled two more dates, at the RBC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina on October 31 and another one at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on November 1.
No rescheduled dates are available for the missed shows in Boston, North Carolina and New Jersey, although sources told AllHipHop.com that the Attorney Generals in each state are monitoring the situation.
Representatives for Cash Money Records could not provide an explanation when AllHipHop.com inquired about the matter.