Migos postpones tour, including upcoming Detroit date

Adam Graham
The Detroit News

Atlanta rap trio Migos has postponed its upcoming tour, including a May 5 concert at Saint Andrew's Hall, the group announced Tuesday.

"Due to circumstances beyond our control we are postponing this tour until July," the group said in a statement released by its publicist. "We want to be at our best and make sure that we give 100 percent during the Yung Rich Nation tour. We would also like to say 'Thank You' to all of our fans for their love and support."

The circumstances likely have something to do with the arrests of two of the three members of the group during a recent concert at Georgia Southern University. Earlier this month, group members Quavo and Offset were arrested for felony possession of cocaine, Oxycontin and codeine, as well as charges of carrying a loaded weapon in a school zone, according to TMZ. Several members of the group's entourage were arrested as well.

The group's debut album, "YRN the Album," is still set to be released June 16.

There is no word yet on makeup dates for the postponed concerts. Refunds for the Saint Andrew's concert are available at the point of purchase.