Kanye West's rescheduled concert at the Palace of Auburn Hills is now off permanently.
The controversial, Grammy Award-winning rapper has canceled the rest of his Saint Pablo Tour -- including a Dec. 22 show at the Palace -- after on onstage meltdown on Saturday night (Nov. 19). West performed just two songs and went on a diatribe in which he dissed Beyonce and Jay Z and voiced support for President Elect Donald Trump before he ended the show after 25 minutes. He immediately canceled a Sunday (Nov. 20) show in Los Angeles and then pulled the rest of the tour.
The Palace show was actually rescheduled from Oct. 6, which West postponed after wife Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris. He did perform on Sept. 28 at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena.
Also, Paul Anka has canceled his Dec. 15 show at Detroit's Fox Theatre, with plans to reschedule for 2017.
Refunds for both shows are available at the point of purchase.