A Pitbull concert scheduled for Friday night at the Westside Pavillion in Tuolumne was canceled due to an “unforeseen family emergency.”
BJ Nelson, executive director of operations at Black Oak Casino Resort, said the concert would be rescheduled for Aug. 4.
Nelson said tickets for Friday’s show would be honored for the new date. Customers who wished to seek refunds would be able to receive them through their point of purchase before July 11, he said.
“We’re aware the public wants a lot of info. We are working on it diligently,” he said.
According to the ticketing website, Pitbull concert tickets were $55 for general admission lawn or standing room and up to $325 for VIP.
Nelson declined to provide information as to how many tickets had been sold.
According to the South Bend Tribune, Pitbull did not arrive to a scheduled concert on June 16 at Four Winds Field in South Bend, Indiana, to kick off the 2019 Midwest League All-Star Festival.
Pitbull also cited a family emergency when cancelling a concert schedule on Monday at Northern Quest Resort & Casino in Airway Heights, Washington.
Pitbull is a Miami-born rapper and singer who often goes by the moniker ‘Mr. Worldwide.” He is known for music in the genres of reggaeton, hip hop and pop.
The Westside Pavillion owned and operated by the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians.