Femi Kuti postpones dates due to illness

Afrobeat man revises tour schedule

Femi Kuti postpones dates due to illness
Femi Kuti has postponed the opening dates of his upcoming North American tour due to an undisclosed illness.

The Afrobeat man will now begin the tour in Montreal, on January 14, a week after the original kick off date of January 7.

The postponed cities are Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.. The rescheduled dates will be announced soon.

The shows will go ahead in:

Montreal, QC Club Soda (January 14)
Toronto, ON The Opera House (15)
Detroit, MI Majestic Theatre (16)
Chicago, IL Metro (17)
Boulder, CO Boulder Theater (19)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (22)
West Hollywood, CA House of Blues (23)
San Diego, CA House of Blues (24)


--By our New York staff.
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