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Drake and 21 Savage Announce It’s All Blur Tour Dates for 2023, Here’s Everything You Need to Know


Drake is coming, guys. Hotline Bling rapper is set to tour “It’s A Blur” starting in June 2023. The singer confirmed the news of his first big tour in five years. A 29-date North American tour was announced by Drake alongside 21 Savages. In the past five years, the singer has released four albums, including his latest album, “Her Loss,” which was released on November 4, 2022. The rapper collaborated with 21 Savages for this album. The album received widespread acclaim and debuted at the top of the Billboard 200, selling 404,000 copies in its first week.

When will the tour start?

The tour will begin June 16th in New Orleans and will make stops in Boston, Nashville, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami and more before concluding in Glendale on September 5th. The upcoming tour marks Drake’s first since he performed the “Opry and the Three Migos Tour” in 2018.

How do you benefit from tickets?

Tickets will be available via the ‘Cash App’ pre-sale that will start on Wednesday, March 15th. While the general sale of tickets will start on March 17, Friday.

It’s all about Drake

Canadian rapper and singer, Drake, is a household name and one of the most influential figures in pop culture. Albums like Thank Me Later, Nothing Was The Same, and Take Care were all massive hits and made him the biggest pop star in the world. Drake won a Grammy Award for “God’s Plan” in 2019. His albums Dark Lane Demo Tapes and EP Scary Hours 2 appeared on the Billboard Hot 100. Apart from this, the singer also gained recognition for playing the role of Jamie Brooks in the teen drama show Degrassi: The next generation.

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Joanna Swanson

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