Chris Brown cancels MN show after failing to complete community service


Chris Brown will not be performing at the Target Center in March after all.

Brown's "Between the Sheets" tour was scheduled to start in January, but was pushed back after a judge ordered him to complete 100 hours of community service, the Pioneer Press reports.

Several shows had to be rescheduled, but the Minneapolis concert was canceled due to "scheduling conflicts," the newspaper says.

Brown has been on probation since 2009 after being charged with assaulting singer and then-girlfriend Rihanna. His probation was revoked last month after officials learned he traveled out of town without permission and hadn't finished his community service hours, reports.

Tour promoters released a revised tour schedule, which doesn't list the Minneapolis show. At least one other show was canceled and neither will be rescheduled, Pollstar says.

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