Rihanna's fans are getting hit with some disappointing news -- the singer is postponing her Anti Tour until March.

According to Billboard, the pushback is due to "production delays."

Instead of kicking off on Feb. 26 in San Diego, CA, Rihanna will launch the Anti tour in Jacksonville, FL on March 12. All of the dates scheduled up to that date are now re-scheduled for May. The North American leg of the tour will feature Travi$ Scott while The Weeknd and Big Sean will join Rihanna in Europe.

The delay comes after RiRi cancelled her Grammy performance earlier this week. Her reps cited bronchitis as the reason for cancelling while TMZ reported that the "Kiss it Better" singer had a "meltdown."

On the other hand, the 27-year-old singer's Puma collection seems to be doing phenomenally. According to Bloomberg Business, the sneaker company made $975 million thanks to the bad gyal.

Either way, we hope Rihanna is okay. Rihanna's Anti Tour will support her recently released platinum album of the same name.

Check out the new tour schedule below.

March 12: Jacksonville, FL | Jacksonville Arena
March 13: Tampa, FL | Amalie Arena
March 15: Miami, FL | American Airlines Arena
March 18: Nashville, TN | Bridgestone Arena
March 19: Cincinnati, OH | U.S. Bank Arena
March 20: Charlotte, NC | The Time Warner Cable Arena
March 22: Washington, DC | Verizon Center
March 23: Buffalo, NY | First Niagara Center
March 24: Auburn Hills, MI | Palace of Auburn Hills
March 26: Hartford, CT | XL Center
March 27: Brooklyn, NY | Barclays Center
April 2: Newark, NJ | Prudential Center
April 3: Philadelphia, PA | Wells Fargo
April 5: Quebec City, Quebec | Centre Videotron
April 6: Montreal, Quebec | Bell Centre
April 9: Baltimore, MD | Royal Farms Arena
April 10: Boston, MA | TD Garden
April 13: Toronto, Ontario | Air Canada Center
April 14: Toronto, Ontario | Air Canada Center
April 15: Chicago, IL | United Center
April 18: Winnipeg, Manitoba | MTS Centre
April 20: Edmonton, Alberta | Rexall Place
April 21: Calgary, Alberta | Scotiabank Saddledome
April 23: Vancouver, British Columbia | Rogers Arena
April 24: Seattle, WA | KeyArena
April 27: Salt Lake City, UT | Vivint Smart Home Arena
April 29: Las Vegas, NV | Mandalay Bay
May 1: Phoenix, AZ | Talking Stick Resort Arena
May 3: Los Angeles, CA | Forum
May 4: Los Angeles, CA | Forum
May 6: San Jose, CA | SAP Center
May 7: Oakland, CA | Oracle Arena
May 9: San Diego, CA | Viejas Arena
May 13: Dallas, TX | American Airlines Center
May 14: Austin, TX | Frank Erwin Center
May 15: Houston, TX | Toyota Center
May 17: New Orleans, LA | Smoothie King Center
May 18: Atlanta, GA | Philips Arena
May 11: Amsterdam, Holland | Amsterdam Arena
May 14: Coventry, England | Ricoh Arena
May 16: Cardiff, Wales | Cardiff Stadium
May 18: Sunderland, England | Stadium of Light
May 21: Dublin, Ireland | Aviva Stadium
May 24: London, England | Wembley Stadium
May 27: Glasgow, Scotland | Hampden Park
May 29: Manchester, England | Emirates Old Park
July 4: Stockholm, Sweden | Tele2 Arena
July 7: Copenhagen, Denmark | Refshale Island
July 9: Hamburg, Germany | Volkspark Stadion
July 13: Milan, Italy | San Siro
July 15: Nice, France | Allianz Stadium
July 17: Frankfurt, Germany | Commerzbank Arena
July 19: Lyon, France | Grande Stade
July 23: Lille, France | Stade Lille
July 26: Prague, Czech Republic | Synotip Arena
July 28: Cologne, Germany | Rhein Energie Stadion
July 30: Paris, France | Stade de France
Aug. 2: Berlin, Germany | Olympiastadion
Aug. 5: Warsaw, Poland | PGE Narodowy
Aug. 7: Munich, Germany | Olympiastadion
Aug. 10: Vienne, Austria | Ernst Happel Stadium
Aug. 12: Zurich, Switzerland | Letzigrund Stadion