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If you've been waiting to catch Childish Gambino on his This Is America tour, you're unfortunately going to have to wait a little while longer. Due to a foot injury, Gambino has been forced to reschedule the remainder of his tour stops for the time being. All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the newly scheduled dates, says tour promoter Live Nation. The remainder of the tour will now kick off in December.

Sadly, fans wanting to see Gambino at Austin City Limits won't have the same luck as those with tickets to his tour. Phoenix will instead perform in his place.

Find Live Nation's official statement regarding the tour rescheduling below.

“Childish Gambino has been forced to postpone his remaining “This Is America Tour” stops until later this year due to an injury. The rescheduled routing can be found below. Tickets will be honored for the newly scheduled dates. The Seattle show is canceled due to venue renovations and refunds for that date are available at point of purchase.

Childish Gambino’s appearance at the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans on October 27 is moving forward as planned. His appearance at Austin City Limits Music Festival is canceled. Justice will headline on both Saturdays (October 6 and 13) alongside Metallica, and Travis Scott will headline both Sundays (October 7 and 14) alongside Arctic Monkeys. The updated performance schedules can be found at www.aclfestival.com. Fans with a Weekend Two Saturday 1-Day Ticket may exchange at no charge for a Weekend Two Sunday 1-Day Ticket by contacting Front Gate Tickets. Exchanges must be requested by Tuesday, October 2 at 11:59pm CT.”

New Tour Dates:

Sun, Dec. 2 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
Tues, Dec. 4 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Fri, Dec. 7 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
Tue, Dec. 11 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
Wed, Dec. 12 San Jose, CA SAP Center
Sat, Dec. 15 Phoenix, AZ Gila River Arena
Sun, Dec. 16 Los Angeles, CA The Forum (rescheduled from Sept. 26)
Mon, Dec. 17 Los Angeles, CA The Forum (rescheduled from Oct. 3)