Drake Adds Shows To “It’s All A Blur” Tour
Drake added more shows to his “It’s All A Blur” tour due to the high demand following his March 13 announcement. Following the addition of the new dates, fans noted the high ticket prices.
Updated By: Chris Samuel (3/17/23 at 4:00 pm)
Rap superstar Drake added more shows to his “It’s All A Blur” tour less than a week after announcing it. The added shows were intended to accommodate the high fan demand.
Drizzy has added 14 new dates with some cities, including two shows instead of one.
Houston June 21-22
Dallas June 24-25
Miami June 28-29
Detroit July 8-9
Montreal July 14-15
Washington D.C. July 28-29
Philadelphia July 31- Aug. 1
San Francisco Aug. 18-19
Seattle Aug. 25-26
Vancouver Aug. 28-29
Las Vegas Sept. 1-2
The following cities will have three shows after the tour updates:
Brooklyn, NY July 17-18, 20
New York July 23, 25-26
Inglewood, Calif. Aug. 12-13,15
In December 2022, Drake shared his excitement for his tour. The tour will include 42 shows, but Toronto dates are yet to be announced.
General ticket sales start on March 17 and include a pre-sale sponsored by Cash App.
However, fans believe the “One Dance” rapper’s ticket prices were too expensive. One Twitter user posted a picture of a hypothetical view of being in the far back of a Drake concert for $800.
Other users joked about the high ticket prices by saying that Drake should sing to them personally and dress up as a security guard to get in.
One user expressed his frustration by being upset with Cash App and Ticketmaster for waiting too long on his tickets.
Just a few months after releasing his joint album Her Loss with 21 Savage, Drake announced he will hit the road this summer with the “It’s All a Blur” tour alongside 21 as a featured guest.
Rap superstar Drake is gearing up for his “It’s All a Blur” tour for summer 2023, according to a promo video post from OVO Sound.
The now highly-anticipated tour includes stops throughout North America, including Canada. It will begin in New Orleans on June 16 and end in Glendale, Ariz. on Sept. 5. Drake previously expressed his excitement for his upcoming tour in December 2022 and has not been on tour since 2018, when he headlined the “Aubrey & The Three Migos” tour.
The tour will also feature Atlanta rap star 21 Savage, who he teamed up with for their joint album, Her Loss. In November 2022, the two rappers celebrated their album with a release party that featured them gifting strippers Chanel bags.
Their album rollout included pushing the date back and releasing a fake Vogue cover that followed a lawsuit, which was later settled in court.
Tickets will go on presale on March 15, and the general sale will start at noon local time on March 17. On March 16, tour sponsor Sprite will also offer pre-sale tickets starting at noon local time and ending at 10 p.m. local time.
Fans can search for tour dates on drakerelated.com.
Kodak Black called off a potential joint album with Drake because he made Her Loss with 21 Savage first. Kodak and 21 Savage continue to beef since 21 said none of his 2016 XXL Freshman classmates could beat him in a Verzuz battle.
Updated By: Chris Samuel (3/13/23 at 2:53 pm)