On Friday, officials announced that due to flight cancellations affecting the performers, tonight’s Bone Thugs-N-Harmony concert has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.

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On September 14th, we announced that that the popular 90's hip hop group, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, was coming to the Five Flags Center in Dubuque, IA this Saturday, October 23rd. On Thursday, October 21, officials from the Five Flags Center announced that they are postponing the show to Friday, December 3rd. Today, Friday, December 3rd, 20221, officials announced that the show is canceled.

Officials say that canceled flights were the cause of the cancelation. The show will not be scheduled and ticket refunds will be available and can be requested from the original point of purchase.

The reason for the postponement was due to positive COVID-19 cases among the performers. Officials said in Thursday's press release that previously purchased tickets will be honored at the show on the new date, December 3rd.

Lil Flip and Chicago-based Do or Die would have been joining Bone Thugs-N-Harmony on the new date as well.

With the ongoing strike of UAW workers against John Deere, Five Flag Center officials announced that striking John Deere employees can still get free tickets to the rescheduled show for themselves and their families at the Five Flags Box Office.

The show rescheduled for tonight, December 3rd for Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at the Five Flags Center in Dubuque with special guests Lil Flip and Do Or Die was supposed to begin at 8:00 p.m.

You can also find more information at FiveFlagsCenter.com.

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