Rapper T-Pain Moves Concert From Deep Ellum To Grand Prairie


Rapper T-Pain is changing his concert schedule. He is taking his ‘Road to Wisconsin Tour’ further in North Texas after it was supposed to be in Dallas.

The concert was set to take place on May 18 at The Factory in Deep Ellum. It will now occur on June 24 at the Texas Trust CU Theatre in Grand Prairie.

Last month, T-Pain took to social media to question why tickets sales weren’t going so well.

“Dallas, what are you doing? I wore cowboy hats many times.. used to raise horses. I feel like I’m part of the city, you know?…wore a regular cowboy and Dallas Cowboys. I’ve done both! WTF!” Pain stated.

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson heard about the rapper’s comments. He let Pain know that Dallas was safe although many of his fans stated otherwise.

“Dallas is the only Top 10 city in the U.S. where violent crime fell last year and overall crime is down…,” Johnson tweeted. “So, you and your concertgoers should feel safe here.” Johnson added this comment while tagging Dallas Police Chief Eddie Garcia in the tweet.

However, even though crime decreased last year, there have been multiple shootings that have occurred in Deep Ellum in the last few months. This has resulted in T-Pain moving his concert to Grand Prairie.

Tickets that have been bought for the May show will be valid for the rescheduled show in June.


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