SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — After disappointing fans on day one of Outside Lands, hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest cancelled their set again on Saturday.
Friday’s opening night cancellation was blamed on travel issues. There was no word as to why Tribe cancelled again on Saturday.READ MORE: COVID Reopening: SF Restaurants Get Set For Indoor Dining Under Red Tier
Shortly before the scheduled set, an alert was posted saying:
“We are deeply disappointed that we have just been informed A Tribe Called Quest will not make their scheduled performance at Outside Lands. Claude Voinstroke will perform at 7:00-8:05 p.m. on Twin Peaks.”
Fans excited to see the group, which released it’s first album in almost two decades, were thrilled at the chance to see one of the golden era’s most beloved hip-hop acts.
That thrill turned to disappointment Saturday.
“I already paid for my Friday wristband when they switched to Saturday,” said disappointed fan Sarah Gonzales from Oakland. “I bought a Saturday wristband and now they aren’t playing at all!”
“I guess Q-Tip left his wallet in El Segundo,” said Brian McKenna of Sacramento.
Others took to Twitter and tweeted their disappointment upon learning the news.READ MORE: SJ Volunteers Conducting Foot Patrols In Response To Rash Of Attacks On Asians
— Petty Avenger (@smashrey) August 13, 2017
— Rae Moreno (@sacraider26) August 13, 2017
— Rex Rundgren (@rxrundgren) August 13, 2017