Tyler, The Creator has officially pulled out of Toronto's NXNE Festival as the headlining act, although it's not clear why.

"Due to circumstances beyond our control, Tyler, The Creator will no longer be performing at the festival," read a press release.

This recent cancellation comes weeks after the Odd Future leader pulled out of his European tour, which was supposed to start in Germany this July. From there, Tyler was supposed to visit Amsterdam, Portugal, Spain, Paris, and then back to Germany on July 17 for a gig in Frankfurt.

But just like the NXNE cancellation, Tyler didn't give a reason for not playing the European dates, although he did alert his fans on social media.

"No more Europe tour," he wrote. "Sorry. Next time."

Despite the two canceled gigs, the L.A. native still has a jam packed schedule. Recently, it was announced that he would be releasing a TV show called Nuts and Bolts on the very dope Viceland channel. Plus, he's linked back up with Adult Swim for an animated series called The Jellies!."

On top of that, Tyler, will be performing at New York City's Panorama Festival, which runs from July 28 to July 30. He'll also play at least one day at the MO POP Festival in Detroit that very same weekend.

At this point, it's unclear if Tyler will make up for the Toronto and European dates. Of course there's a chance that his two TV jobs has him swamped at the moment, and he can't travel like he wants.

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