Fifth Harmony has scrapped sevearl upcoming dates on the European leg of their 7/27 Tour, leaving some ticket-holding fans confused and angry at the cancellation.

October and November shows in Berlin and Munich, Germany, Geneva and Zurich, Switzerland and Marseille, France are now cancelled, and Ticketmaster does not provide additional details about refunds or a possible reschedule. The five-member girl group, who wrapped their final U.S. 7/27 date in Concord, California on September 10, have yet to comment on the cancellations.

The performances (and the accompanying meet and greets) leading up to, and in between, the now called-off dates are still set to occur. And according to Fifth Harmony's itinerary in France, their Marseille show has been rescheduled for Paris.

The nixed tour dates come days after 5H's Lauren Jauregui broke down crying onstage at a September 8 show in Phoenix. Lauren was captured on video wiping away tears as she sang 7/27 ballad "No Way." Group mate Normani Kordei appeared to comfort Lauren as she kneeled to compose herself as fans cheered her on. Lauren tweeted that she was "feeling much better" on September 9.

"Lyrics just made me extra emotional yesterday," the singer offered as an explanation.

Upon learning of the new, as-yet unexplained cancellations, some fans shared their displeasure on Twitter while others offered their theories.


It's not the first string of cancelled 7/27 dates, either: The group snipped the last four North American dates from their U.S. tour at the beginning of August.

Whether the reshuffle is due to an exhausted Fifth Harmony, low ticket sales in certain venues or another reason, the group has disputed long-brewing feud rumors. In August, Normani dispelled the notion that there's any inter-5H strife with fellow member Camila Cabello.

"I have love and respect for all four of my band mates whether you choose to believe it or not," Normani wrote in a statement.

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