G-Eazy's triumphant return to the stage after his arrest in Stockholm was kind of lackluster because concertgoers in Denmark weren't exactly rushing to get tickets. The rapper's second date on his European tour had to be moved to a smaller venue after disappointing ticket sales.
The "Him and I" singer was originally slated to perform a few days ago at the TAP1 in Copenhagen - a venue that boasts two halls and can hold 6,500 people.
Sources at TAP1 tell The Blast, "the show was moved from TAP1 to Den Grå Hal at Christania due to low ticket sale[s]."
Den Grå Hal, which means the gray hall in English, has a max capacity of just 1,750 guests.
Things have gotten off to a rocky start for G-Eazy's tour that's scheduled to run through the summer and span two continents. After his kick-off concert in Stockholm, Sweden, the rapper was arrested and convicted after becoming violent in a nightclub.
The rapper was released from custody and free to continue his tour. He has since apologized for the incident: “grateful & blessed to be free & safe. Happy to be in Copenhagen tonight doing what I love most.”
His next stop is May 9 in Berlin.