Travis Scott’s Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour has been everything fans expected since it started off in Baltimore last week, but now production issues with his carnival-style stage set have forced La Flame to postpone four future dates.

According to a tweet Amalie Arena posted earlier this week (November 12), the Houston rapper has postponed shows dates in Tampa Bay, Fla., Hartford, Conn., Cleveland, Ohio and Milwaukee, Wisc. “Due to technical production issues, tonight’s sold out show in Tampa along with upcoming shows in Hartford (November 30), Cleveland (December 4) and Milwaukee (December 9) of Travis Scott’s ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE tour are being postponed to a later date,” reads the tweet from Amalie Arena’s official Twitter account.

There haven’t been any updates on the rescheduled dates since his tour stop in Tampa Bay, which was supposed go down on November 12, was postponed. However, according to Amalie Arena’s tweet, details about the new dates will be provided soon. The tweet also confirms that tickets that were purchased for the original dates will be valid for the upcoming rescheduled dates, and refunds will be available to those who can’t make the new shows. At the last stop before he had to postpone future show dates, Travis Scott shut down the American Airlines Arena in Miami by bringing out Drake. The Astroworld artist had Drizzy come through to perform “Sicko Mode” just days before the Scorpion rapper’s rescheduled show dates in the same venue.