Drake will return to the road this summer for the It’s All A Blur Tour, the Canadian rapper’s first North American tour since 2018. Joining him on the road is 21 Savage, with whom Drake released a collaborative album, Her Loss, in November.
The 29-date tour will travel to arenas across North America beginning on June 16th in New Orleans. Notable stops include Nashville (6/19), Miami (6/28), two nights in Atlanta (7/1, 7/2), two nights in Chicago (7/11, 7/12), and two nights at Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center (7/17, 7/18) followed by two nights at Madison Square Garden (7/25, 7/26). Over on the West Coast, Drake and 21 Savage will play five nights throughout California including the Kia Forum in Inglewood (8/12, 8/13), Chase Center in San Francisco (8/18), and Crypto.com Arena in L.A. (8/21, 8/22). The tour will wrap up shortly thereafter in Glendale, AZ (9/5).
Tickets for the Drake It’s All A Blur Tour go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 17th at 12 p.m. local time here. Cash App Card holders will have access to an exclusive pre-sale beginning on Wednesday, March 15th starting at 12:00 p.m. local through Thursday, March 16th at 10 p.m. local. Cardholders can use the first nine digits of their card to access the pre-sale and then complete the purchase with said card. A Sprite pre-sale will also take place Thursday at 12 p.m. local time through 10 p.m. local time. Look for more information on Sprite.com. See below for a full list of tour dates.
It’s All A Blur marks Drake’s first tour since the Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour in 2018. The impending tour’s title refers to the frenzied five years since the artist born Aubrey Graham last hit the road, a window during which he has released four studio albums. The most recent, the aforementioned Her Loss with 21 Savage, reached #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, with all 16 tracks debuting on the Hot 100.
In the lead-up to Her Loss last November, Drake and 21 Savage made headlines, literally, when they put fake copies of Vogue on newsstands with themselves on the cover, staged a fake SNL appearance, and more. Publishers of the real Vogue were not amused, taking the artists to court and recently settling for an undisclosed amount in addition to a permanent injunction barring further use of the magazine’s trademark masthead.
Click below for a complete list of Drake tour dates. For complete ticketing details, head here.
Drake 2023 Tour Dates
06/16 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center ^
06/19 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena ^
06/21 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center ^
06/24 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center ^
06/28 – Miami, FL @ Miami-Dade Arena ^
07/01 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena ^
07/02 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena ^
07/05 – Chicago, IL @ United Center ^
07/06 – Chicago, IL @ United Center ^
07/08 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena ^
07/11 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden ^
07/12 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden ^
07/14 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre ^
07/17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center ^
07/18 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center ^
07/25 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden ^
07/26 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden ^
07/28 – Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena ^
07/31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center ^
08/12 – Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum ^
08/13 – Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum ^
08/18 – San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center ^
08/21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Crypto.com Arena ^
08/22 – Los Angeles, CA @ Crypto.com Arena ^
08/25 – Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena ^
08/28 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena ^
09/01 – Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena ^
09/05 – Glendale, AZ @ Desert Diamond Arena ^
^ = w/ 21 Savage