Beyoncé recently cancelled a concert from her Renaissance World Tour scheduled to take place on August 3; the Pittsburgh mayor Ed Gainey got upset by the decision.
Taking it to his Instagram, Ed mentioned that it was very disappointing as the city was fully prepared to welcome Beyoncé.
“Pittsburgh – we are deeply disappointed in the news that Beyoncé has cancelled her performance on August 3. We were fully prepared to welcome her to Pittsburgh and honor her with an official day recognizing her visit and accomplishments”, wrote the Mayor.
He further stated: “We are in conversations with the promoter for the event in order to gain an understanding about what led to the cancellation, and if there is anything we can do as a city to find a new date or location for her show.”
The Beautiful Liar singer accepted the invitation publicly. Not just that, she even approached her representatives to comment.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the concert has been cancelled because of ‘production logistics and scheduling issues.’
All those concertgoers who purchased the tickets already will receive a refund soon.
Beyoncé kick started her Renaissance World Tour in Stockholm on May 1.