Chris Brown and Trey Songz concert canceled due to hazardous weather conditions

Not meant to be: Chris Brown/Trey Songz/Tyga concert in Baltimore has been canceled.

FEB. 16 UPDATE: Tuesday night's Chris Brown and Trey Songz concert at Royal Farms Arena has been canceled due to "hazardous weather conditions," according to Live Nation. Refunds are available at point of purchase.


FEB. 10 UPDATE: The date for Chris Brown/Trey Songz's Between the Sheets Baltimore concert is now Tuesday, Feb. 17, according to Live Nation. Tyga will also still perform. The Baltimore date is one of nine shows the R&B artists have had to reschedule due to Brown finishing community service hours.


UPDATE: Saturday's concert featuring Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Tyga has officially been postponed, according to Live Nation. A make-up date has not yet been scheduled. Refunds are available at point of purchase.


On Monday evening, Chris Brown announced via Instagram that the start of the Between the Sheets Tour with Trey Songz and Tyga — which is scheduled to stop at Royal Farms Arena on Saturday — has been postponed due to a judge's ruling against the singer's travel request.

There is no official word yet on which dates are affected, and calls to Royal Farms Arena regarding the status of this weekend's show have not been returned.

"The judge would not sign off on my travel to do the tour until I finish these last 100 hours of community service," Brown wrote.

Earlier this month, a California judge revoked Brown's probation for traveling outside of Los Angeles for a San Jose, Calif., nightclub performance without gaining permission from his probation officer. News of the appearance circulated online after an Instagram post captured Brown reacting to gunshots fired within the club. Five people reportedly suffered non-life-threatening injures during the shooting.

Calling it "the most disappointing news I've gotten in awhile," the R&B singer wrote on the social media app that the tour is not canceled but "just moved around a couple weeks." A publicist at Atlantic Records, Songz's record label, said he had not received official word on the tour's status as of Tuesday morning. The 26-city tour was scheduled to begin tonight in Hampton, Va. 

During an interview with the Baltimore Sun last Wednesday, Songz was tight-lipped about details surrounding the tour, but said preparations had already taken place.

"I'm trying to keep everything under wraps until the first show," Songz said via phone. "But rehearsals are going well. The energy is incredible. Chris and I shot some content for the tour — some exclusive video content we're excited for."

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