During the past few months, she may have been busy touring overseas but Rihanna will soon hit the road again in the States alongside Ke$ha for her â€˜Last Girl on Earthâ€™ tour.Â While the tour doesnâ€™t begin until July 2nd, Live Nation has announced that two of the dates have been cancelled.Â Before you go jumping on the â€˜poor salesâ€™ bandwagon, rumors are circulating that Riri has nixed the two dates due to the new immigration laws.Â Phoenixâ€™s controversial new laws which will go into effect by the end of July will enforce police to request immigration documentation from anyone they have a â€œreasonable suspicionâ€ might be in the illegally residing in United States. (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ynews/20100427/ts_ynews/ynews_ts1812) And if the theory holds up, Rihanna isnâ€™t the only artist to take a musical holt in protest of the recently impending laws as Pitbull and Cypress Hill.
Live Nation has yet to release an official statement regarding the cancelled dates but if youâ€™ve purchased tickets for either of the dates, contact them immediately.Â Rihannaâ€™s â€˜Last Girl on Earthâ€™ tour has been deemed a â€œmust seeâ€ event in 2010 by USA Today. (http://promo-img.livenation.com/lnus/custhelp)
7/22/2010 Cricket Wireless Pavilion â€“ Phoenix, AZ
7/24/2010 Superpages.com Center â€“ Dallas, TX