If you were in Edmonton, Alberta last night (June 7) and hoping to see Migos' set on Future's Nobody's Safe Tour, you were met with some disappointment. According to the Edmonton Journal, the hip-hop trio reportedly cancelled their performance on the tour at the last minute due to illness.

As fans and concertgoers arrived at Rogers Place in the Canadian city, they were reportedly met with signs and flyers around the venue that alerted them of Migos' absence for the evening.

"Due to illness, Migos will not be performing this evening," the signs read.

While there's no word on what the illness was, fans were not too pleased with the news, with some having gotten tickets to the tour just to see the Atlanta group perform. Some Twitter users even shared their frustration over the cancellation.

Ticketholders were still able to see a packed show, however, as Future Hendrix put on a stellar performance for his set, with A$AP Ferg and Tory Lanez opening up the show.

This isn't the first time that promoters have scrambled to make changes to Future's tour. Last month, it was revealed Kodak Black was being taken off of the lineup, as he was behind bars after violating his house arrest. The "Tunnel Vision" rapper is now out of prison, but we'll have to see what he's going to do with his future music career.

See what fans were met with in Edmonton last night at Future's Nobody's Safe Tour.

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