By Will Robinson
Updated February 18, 2016 at 12:00 PM EST
Credit: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images
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Rihanna will not be hitting the road on time. The pop star, who released her eighth studio album Anti last month, has delayed the launch of her world tour.

The 27-year-old singer was set to begin her world tour on Feb. 26 in San Diego. That show, along with the next seven (San Jose, California; Phoenix; Austin, Texas; Houston; Dallas; New Orleans) have been rescheduled due to production delays, according to Rihanna’s reps. The first show is now the March 12 stop in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Monday’s Grammys were supposed to include a performance from Rihanna, but she canceled the day of because she was ill and risked damaging her vocal cords.

See Rihanna’s updated North American tour list below, with rescheduled shows in bold.

March 12: Jacksonville, Fla., Jacksonville Arena

March 13: Tampa, Fla., Amalie Arena

March 15: Miami, American Airlines Arena

March 18: Nashville, Tenn., Bridgestone Arena

March 19: Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena

March 20: Charlotte, N.C., The Time Warner Cable Arena

March 22: Washington, D.C., Verizon Center

March 23: Buffalo, N.Y., First Niagara Center

March 24: Auburn Hills, Mich., Palace of Auburn Hills

March 26: Hartford, Conn., XL Center

March 27, 30: Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center

April 2: Newark, N.J., Prudential Center

April 3: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo

April 5: Quebec City, QC, Centre Videotron

April 6, 7: Montreal, QC, Bell Centre

April 9: Baltimore, Royal Farms Arena

April 10: Boston, TD Garden

April 13, 14: Toronto, Air Canada Center

April 15: Chicago, United Center

April 18: Winnipeg, MS, MTS Centre

April 20: Edmonton, AB, Rexall Place

April 21: Calgary, AB, Scotiabank Saddledome

April 23: Vancouver, Rogers Arena

April 24: Seattle, KeyArena

April 27: Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena

April 28, 29: Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay

May 1: Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena

May 3, 4: Los Angeles, The Forum

May 6: San Jose, Calif., SAP Center

May 7: Oakland, Oracle Arena

May 9: San Diego, Viejas Arena

May 13: Dallas, American Airlines Center

May 14: Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center

May 15: Houston, Toyota Center

May 17: New Orleans, Smoothie King Center

May 18: Atlanta, Philips Arena


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