Megan Thee Stallion Reschedules Dallas “Hot Girl Summer” Show Due to NBA Finals

The NBA Finals have caused a reschedule of at least one concert at the American Airlines Center. Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Hot Girl Summer Tour’ will now chill for a few weeks.

The American Airlines Center announced on social media that the concert, originally scheduled for June 11, has moved to Wednesday, June 26. The change comes as the Dallas Mavericks prepare to face the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on June 12, taking priority at the venue.

The superstar’s fans, affectionately known as “Dallas Hotties,” quickly responded to the news. Some fans questioned the need to move the June 11 concert, while others asked why the NBA Finals couldn’t reschedule. Concerns about flight changes and additional costs were also raised.

Despite the inconvenience, the American Airlines Center assured fans that the new date will honor all previously purchased tickets. “We understand the frustration and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause,” the venue stated.

The Mavericks‘ unexpected run to the NBA Finals has generated significant excitement, but it has also led to logistical challenges for the American Airlines Center, which hosts a variety of events. Rescheduling Megan Thee Stallion’s concert underscores the impact of high-profile sports events on other entertainment activities.

Fans eagerly awaiting the ‘Hot Girl Summer Tour’ will now have to wait a bit longer, but the anticipation for both the NBA Finals and Megan Thee Stallion’s performance continues to build in Dallas. The rescheduled concert promises to be a highlight of the summer once the basketball season concludes.

For those affected by the rescheduling, the American Airlines Center recommends contacting their point of purchase for any ticket-related questions. As the new date approaches, fans can look forward to an electrifying performance from Megan Thee Stallion, whose ‘Hot Girl Summer Tour’ has been a major hit across the country.

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