Fans weren’t the only ones left upset when Taylor Swift didn’t perform at a huge country music concert in Canada, according to TMZ.

The gossip website reports a ticket company is suing Swift for money they lost when the Capital Hoedown in Ottawa was canceled, which Swift was set to perform at. The suit claims the pop star made $2.5 million for the performance that never took place back in Aug. 2012.

The show was shut down when producers couldn't get the concert organized, TMZ reported, but Swift was still allegedly paid for the show. 

The company claims they had to refund $1.8 million in ticket sales, and they want Swift to pay for their loss.

The singer’s rep told TMZ Taylor never made a deal with the ticket company and has yet to see the lawsuit.