GRAMBLING, La. (Press Release) - One of the nation’s most popular rap groups was unable to perform Thursday night at Grambling State University because of travel complications, so the university has rescheduled the Migos concert for Friday (April 7).
GSU students with valid student identification cards will be admitted with IDs and ticket holders will be admitted with ticket stubs from the scheduled Thursday (March 30) performance. No additional tickets will be sold.
Migos, a group of three young men from the Atlanta area, quickly became the reigning bad boys of rap in recent years with "Bad and Boujee" dominating music charts, appearances on Ellen, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Live With Jimmy Kimmel and ESPN’s Sports Center.
Quavo, Takeoff and Offset did not make it to Grambling when they could not leave the Atlanta area after a major highway explosion shut down traffic. David “Rusty” Ponton, GSU’s interim vice president for student affairs, said the group tried to find other ways to fulfill the commitment, even with a delayed show time, without success.