Steve Aoki’s “Neon Future” was slated to be released on August 12th. His much anticipated show at Madison Square Garden was to take place on August 16th. Unfortunately, the album was pushed back to September 30th according to iTunes. Everyone was saying that the show was cancelled. That isn’t the case, but rather postponed to a later time. This was done because the album was to be release before the show and you would get the album with your ticket to the show. Madison Square garden put out this message:
Please be advised that the Steve Aoki concert originally scheduled to take place at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, August 16, 2014 has been postponed.
The release date for STEVE AOKI’s new studio album NEON FUTURE I (Dim Mak/Ultra Music) has been pushed back to September 30, 2014. Originally slated for August 12, the new release date will allow for additional production needs on the existing tracks.
As a result of the album being pushed back, the Madison Square Garden show, originally set for August 16, has also been postponed. The album was always meant to be released in advance of the performance as each ticket includes a copy of the new album. A new date is currently being scheduled and will be announced shortly.
Tickets ordered for this performance through Ticketmaster Phones or Ticketmaster Online will be automatically credited to the original purchaser’s credit card account.
Tickets purchased through a Ticketmaster Outlet or through the Madison Square Garden Box Office must be returned to the original point of purchase for a refund.
All current ticket buyers will be allowed early access to tickets for the rescheduled date.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and look forward to your continued patronage of Madison Square Garden.
The Madison Square Garden Company