Goodie Mob Cancels All Reunion Tour Shows, Except Los Angeles and Atlanta

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Hyped for the return of "the old Goodie Mob days"?

Well, keep waiting while tapping your foot and checking that watch, because Cee Lo, Big Gipp, Khujo, and T-Mo are no longer bringing their reunion tour to Miami or most of the other 11 American cities.

That's right, as Grand Central has just announced via its Facebook page, "the tour has been cancelled."

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We here at Crossfade have also contacted the group's management at WME (William Morris Endeavor) and it's been confirmed that all upcoming Goodie Mob shows -- except for tonight's Los Angeles show and next month's ONE MusicFest show in Atlanta -- have been nixed.

Goodie Mob's Age Against the Machine Tour Dates

August 28 House of Blues, Los Angeles, CA

August 29 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

August 31 Park City Live, Park City, UT

September 1 Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

September 3 House of Blues, Chicago, IL

September 5 The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC

September 6 Firestone, Orlando, FL

September 7 The State Central, St. Petersburg, FL

September 8 Grand Central, Miami, FL

September 14 ONE MusicFest, Atlanta, GA

So unless you're lucky enough to lay your head in L.A. or the ATL, it looks like the only sure way to get a Goodie fix is saying "a little prayer together, touch[ing] hands," and picking up a copy of the ATL crew's new album, Age Against the Machine.

CANCELED Goodie Mob's Age Against the Machine Tour. With Drop City Yacht Club. Presented by Poplife. Sunday, September 8. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 9 p.m. and tickets cost $20 to $25 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Ages 18 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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