Drake is officially returning to the stage with a 4 month North America tour this summer and will be treating Chicago to 2 shows at the start of July.
Titled “It’s All a Blur”, the tour is “a celebration of the last decade” and will see him and 21 Savage collaborate for 29 different shows across the United States and Canada.
Beginning in New Orleans on Friday, June 16, the Canadian rapper and singer will make 26 stops across the United States and 3 in Canada in Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto before wrapping up his tour in Glendale, Arizona, on Tuesday, September 5th.
One of the world’s best-selling music artists, Drake, who recently broke records when he became the first artist in history to surpass 75 billion streams on Spotify, hasn’t toured since his pre-pandemic “Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour” back in 2018.
His two shows at the United Center in Chicago will take place on Wednesday, July 5th, and Thursday, July 6th, before he moves on to Detroit to play at Little Caesars Arena that weekend on Saturday, July 8th.
His most recent studio album, “Her Loss,” was a collaboration with 21 Savage, though he has released another three solo albums in the past 5 years: Honestly, Nevermind also dropped last year, and before that Certified Lover Boy in 2021 and Scorpion in 2018.
As the tour will be a celebration of the last decade, it is likely that songs from his 2013 album Nothing Was the Same and his 2016 album Views will also feature.
Presales with Cash App Card and Sprite will begin on Wednesday, March 15th at 12 pm local time before general tickets go on sale at 12 pm local time on Friday, March 17th.
All tour dates are as follows:
More information can be found at drakerelated.com.