Lil Baby’s It’s Only Us summer tour is getting smaller.
Baby recently canceled shows in Phoenix, Sacramento, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, and Louisville amid poor sales.
A scan of Ticketmaster reveals there are many tickets available for many of the remaining dates.
Baby booked larger arenas for the tour.
He’s not the first rapper to find it’s a lot easier to get fans to stream a track for nothing than it is to get them to pay money for a seat. In fact, his joint arena tour with Lil Durk a few years back notoriously flopped.
The It’s Only Us tour is set to start on July 26 in Houston. That one appears to be sold out, although there are plenty of tickets on the secondary market.