Nicki Minaj cancels tonight's Dublin concert

Nicki Minaj cancels tonight's Dublin concert
Nicki Manaj

Update: Full refunds for Nicki Minaj's cancelled concert at the 3Arena in Dublin tonight will be available from this Tuesday from point of purchase.

Nicki Manaj has cancelled her 3Arena concert tonight due to weather conditions on the Irish Sea

"Unfortunately, due to adverse weather conditions which have affected Irish Sea sailings over the last 24 hours resulting in some equipment trucks not arriving, Nicki Minaj has been forced to cancel her concert tonight at Dublin's 3Arena," a statement from the concert promoter read.

Ticket holders are advised to hold onto their tickets as Nicki Manaj, 3Arena and promoters work to reschedule the date.

Those who planned on attending are asked to keep an eye on www.mcd.ie where a further announcement is due to be made.

The rapper apologised for any inconvenience caused to fans due to these unforeseen circumstances.

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