R, Kelly announced tour dates just weeks before his recent arrest, but tour promoters are refusing to issue refunds - and still appear to hold out hope that Kelly will be able to make the tour.

According to TMZ, German promoter Concerts Stuttgart admits that while it is unlikely the tour will be able to tour (the tour begins in April) that fans have not been given their money back.

The shows scheduled for Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and the Netherlands have not yet been canceled.

"At the moment, and we also have to admit that, the chances of the tour are rather bad. It is also correct that Robert had to (surrender) his passport for now," he told TMZ.

Meanwhile, Another German promoter who had also booked R. Kelly has canceled their arena show.

 German concert arena on Tuesday canceled its contract with the organizer of the R&B star’s tour.

“Regarding the new and objective facts, we have decided to cancel the contract,” Ratiopharm Arena in Neu-Ulm wrote on its Facebook page.

“We regret the fans’ understandable disappointment and ask them to turn to the tour’s organizer” regarding possible reimbursement of their tickets, Ratiopharm Arena wrote.

Kelly was charged with 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse between the years of 1998 and 2010. Four of the accusers were underage.

Kelly's bond was set at $1 million he pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. After spending three nights in jail, Kelly was released from jail on Monday night.