Kid Cudi has announced the cancellation of his upcoming North American tour after breaking his foot at Coachella 2024.

Last weekend, Kid Cudi performed a last-minute set at Coachella, taking over the Sahara Tent on Sunday (April 21). However, his performance – which was his first at the Californian festival since 2019 – came to an abrupt end after he had broken his foot.

The injury occured after Kid Cudi jumped off the stage to get closer to his fans at the barricades during ‘Memories’. He was carried out of the Sahara Tent while his DJ played Steve Aoki’s remix of ‘Pursuit Of Happiness’.

Now, Cudi has shared an update on the severity of his injury, announcing that he will no longer to tour North America with Pusha T between June and August. The rapper wrote on Instagram: “Guys, so, I have a broken calcaneus. I’m headed to surgery now and there’s gonna be a long recovery time.”

“We have to cancel the tour so I can focus on getting better to be out there in top shape to rage with you all. There’s just no way I can bounce back in time to give 100%. This injury is much more serious than I thought,” he continued.

Kid Cudi then confirmed that full refunds will be issued to all who have purchased tickets to the tour and that he will be announcing new tour dates “as soon as possible”.

The calcaneus refers to the largest bone the forms the heel of the foot. According to the Orthopaedic Trauma Association, a broken calcaneus will take between three to four months to heal.

Shortly after suffering his injury, Kid Cudi revealed the foot break to fans via X that he had “never broken a bone before so this is all a bit crazy”.

Kid Cudi and Pusha T are currently slated to tour Europe and the UK early next year. It is currently unclear if the  European leg of the INSANO tour will be affected or postponed due to his injury.

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