Thanks to the Raptors, Twenty One Pilots Had to Cancel a Toronto Show

There's only so much room in the Scotiabank Arena
Thanks to the Raptors, Twenty One Pilots Had to Cancel a Toronto Show
Alt-rock duo Twenty One Pilots likely didn't anticipate the Toronto Raptors' NBA Finals run when they booked a second show at the Scotiabank Arena, but the concert has now been cancelled.

As part of their "Bandito Tour," the band sold out a Toronto show on May 28. To meet demand, they had added another on May 29 but have since kiboshed the second appearance due to the Raptors.

"Due to the requirements needed by the league for the technical load-in and set up for the NBA Finals, the Twenty One Pilots concert on Wednesday, May 29 has been cancelled," an official statement from Live Nation reads.

Tickets for the May 29 show will be automatically refunded. Those that wished to attend will also receive a password for a chance to possibly purchase tickets to the Twenty One Pilots show on May 28, although it's unclear how many tickets will be made available. If you receive a password, you can try to buy tickets starting on May 27 at 10 a.m. until May 28 at 10 a.m.

Twenty One Pilots also spoke up about the cancellation. Read their tweet below.