It's official, Ginuwine and Juvenile will not be coming to the Quad Cities anymore. After being postponed three times, on Monday night, the show at the Rust Belt in East Moline was canceled due to scheduling conflicts among the performers.

On Monday, November 1, officials announced that the Back It Up Tour stop with Ginuwine, Juvenile, Chingy, and special guest Random Tanner show that was rescheduled to April 2, 2022, at the Rust Belt in East Moline has been canceled. The reason for the cancelation is due to multiple artist conflicts.

Those who purchased tickets to the show will receive a refund. The Rust Belt officials say that refunds to all ticket holders are being processed at the point of purchase. Ticket holders will receive confirmation of the refund shortly and the entire amount should be refunded in the next 7-10 business days.

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Back in October, The Rust Belt in East Moline announced on social media that the Back It Up Tour won't be coming to the Quad Cities until 2022. The Back It Up featured headliner Ginuwine, along with Juvenile, Chingy, and special guest Random Tanner of Clinton, IA.

The Rust Belt said in their social media post that the show has been postponed "due to a scheduling conflict...". Saturday's show has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 2, 2022.

The already rescheduled show was supposed to take place this Saturday, October 16th.

Originally, The Back It Up Tour featuring Ginuwine, Juvenile, Baby Bash, and special guest Random Tanner, was scheduled to be played at The Rust Belt in East Moline Saturday, March 21, 2020. That show was postponed to September 19th, 2020, and then later to Saturday, October 16th, 2021.

Those who won tickets from B100 are eligible to win prizes on B100. We are sad to see that the show didn't work out, but for any other concerts coming to the Quad Cities, you know we'll have tickets for you!

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