Hip hop artist A Boogie Wit da Hoodie was a no-demonstrate at a live performance Saturday evening at the Cross Insurance Heart in Bangor, according to several reports from concertgoers.
A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, whose authentic name is Artist Julius Dubose, did not exhibit up at his concert, which was aspect of a mini-tour of colleges in the Northeast, sponsored by Platinum Enjoyment Group and Spectra, the firm that runs the Cross Insurance Middle.
People arrived at the venue about 7 p.m., in accordance to various posts from concert-goers on a variety of social media platforms, quite a few of whom have been local teens and college or university learners. A DJ entertained the group for far more than an hour, but ultimately, men and women began to get impatient about when the principal act would choose the stage.
“The DJ introduced that Boogie was backstage and would be out soon, and rumors started to flow into that he was not basically there,” claimed Dedham resident Emilie Model Throckmorton, whose son, Reed, was at the display with his pals. “The youngsters found on his Snapchat that he was hunting for a jet to get him to Maine.”
Ultimately, about 10:30 p.m., it was announced that Dubose would not be carrying out that evening, and the crowd — several of whom experienced been waiting around for virtually four hrs — started to disperse.
Dubose later on posted an apology to his Maine followers on his Instagram stories, indicating that he skipped his flight from Philadelphia, and promising to reschedule the concert and supply refunds.
Phone calls to the Cross Insurance Middle were not returned Monday early morning, and neither the location nor Ticketmaster had produced facts about refunds. Dawn Anderson of Hampden said that her daughter invested her personal income on the tickets, which have been priced at $45 and $55, not which include Ticketmaster’s processing charges.
“In the scenario of my daughter, she goes to university and operates and doesn’t have a good deal of income, but seriously preferred to go to the concert,” stated Anderson. “Now she is just out the cash for the ticket.”
It’s not the initially time an artist has not shown up for a huge concert in the Bangor space. In April 2003, rapper Unwanted fat Joe was slated to complete at Bumstock, a tunes festival previously held at the College of Maine in Orono. Excess fat Joe did not present up, with no rationale presented as to why.
The following live performance set for the Cross Insurance coverage Heart is rapper Polo G, who is scheduled to accomplish on Friday, Dec. 10.
Correction: A earlier model of this story misstated the identify of the town Emilie Throckmorton life in.