It has been reported that dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has cancelled his London show which was supposed to be held on November 28 at the o2 Academy Islington.
According to a report by Ghbase.com, the “Top skanka” hit maker had started promoting the event since September but he failed to get the right reaction from fans.
It is reported that Stonebwoy was initially billed to perform at the Electric Brixton which had a capacity of 1,789.
However, the report claims that concert was also cancelled due to poor ticket sales on the part of fans.
This reportedly forced Stonebwoy and his management to change the venue of the concert to the o2 Academy Islington which has a capacity of about 800 people.
Ghbase.com reports that the event has again been cancelled after very few fans showed interest in purchasing tickets to attend.
Tickets for the event were selling for £20.50, but it is reported that the lack of interest from fans has forced organisers to cancel the concert.
“This show has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, apologies for any inconvenience,” was the message on the website responsible for the selling of tickets.
Stonebwoy recently held his Ashaiman To The World Concert (ATTWC), which reportedly pulled a massive crowd in the region of 50,000.
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