Action Bronson show at City Hall next Friday, April 27, canceled due to scheduling conflict

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Hold your hip-hop horses. For all you rap fans looking to get your Action Bronson on this coming week, we've got some bad news: The New York MC, originally slated to smash through City Hall on Friday, April 27, has canceled the show due to a scheduling conflict. The heavyweight rhyme slayer said through his booking agent that he would not be stopping in Colorado after all next week, but would be working on a new date sometime this summer. Keep it locked on Backbeat for word of when that happens. In the meantime, refunds are available via coclubs.com.

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