Chance The Rapper won’t be hitting the road in January. After postponing The Big Tour earlier this year, Chance announced its cancellation on Sunday (December 15).

“Hey guys I’ve decided to cancel the Big Tour,” he wrote on Instagram. “I know it sucks and its been a lot of back and forth with reschedules and rerouting, but it’s for the best. I’m gonna take this time to be with family, make some new music and develop my best show to date.”

He continued, “I’m deeply sorry to anyone with a ticket who has supported me this past decade by coming to a show and rocking out with me and I feel even worse for anyone who was planning on making this their first Chance concert. Thank you all for an amazing year, and a huge thanks to my team and family for being so strong through this whole year. I promise to come back much stronger and better in 2020 and hope to see some of you guys there. I truly love you and God bless.”

Chance’s tour was originally supposed to begin in September before being postponed until January. Prior to being canceled, shows were scheduled to take place over the first two months of 2020.

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Hey guys I’ve decided to cancel the Big Tour. I know it sucks and its been a lot of back and forth with reschedules and rerouting, but it’s for the best. I’m gonna take this time to be with family, make some new music and develop my best show to date. I’m deeply sorry to anyone with a ticket who has supported me this past decade by coming to a show and rocking out with me and I feel even worse for anyone who was planning on making this their first Chance concert. Thank you all for an amazing year, and a huge thanks to my team and family for being so strong through this whole year. I promise to come back much stronger and better in 2020 and hope to see some of you guys there. I truly love you and God bless.

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[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on September 25, 2019.]

Chance The Rapper didn’t wait long to reschedule The Big Tour. A few weeks after postponing his original run of shows, the Grammy Award winner has announced the new dates for his upcoming concerts.

The reworked schedule maintains previously booked gigs in Chicago and Miami for 2019 but pushes the rest back to 2020. Chance will now begin the bulk of the tour in San Diego on January 15 and wrap up in Milwaukee on February 24. Supporting acts include Lil Yachty and Chance’s brother Taylor Bennett.

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Chance’s tour was originally scheduled to begin on September 14. Days before the first show, he changed his plans and revealed he’d be spending more time with his family instead of hitting the road.

“I thought it over for the past week and I’ve decided to push back my tour,” he wrote on Instagram. “This year has been one of the greatest of my life; Marriage, new baby, first album etc. But with it being so eventful it has also been very strenuous having to divide my time and energy between family and work … I need to be as helpful and available as possible to my wife in these early months of raising Kensli and Marli.”

Check out Chance’s The Big Tour dates below.

September 28 – Chicago, IL @ United Center
November 11 – Miami, FL @ Miami Beach Pop Festival
January 15 – San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena
January 16 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
January 17 – San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center
January 19 – Phoenix, AZ @ Gila Arena
January 21 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
January 23 – Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
January 25 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center
January 26 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
January 28 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
January 29 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
January 30 – Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center
February 1 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum Center
February 4 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage Field House
February 6 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesar’s Arena
February 8 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
February 10 – Buffalo, NY @ Keybank Arena
February 12 – Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Center
February 13 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
February 14 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden
February 18 – Washington, DC @ Capitol One Center
February 19 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
February 20 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ PPG Paints Arena
February 22 – Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
February 24 – Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum