Drake announced a 29-date arena tour with 21 Savage as “a celebration of the last decade.” Since his last tour with Migos in 2018, Drake has released four albums — three of which he released in the last two years: Certified Lover Boy (2021), Honestly, Nevermind (2022) and Her Loss (2022). Though Drake performed a few one-off shows (Harlem’s Apollo Theater and October World Weekend, for example), ‘It’s All A Blur’ will be his first full return since the pandemic.
Read below for information on Drake tickets, tour dates and setlist.
How much are Drake tickets?
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Sponsored by Cash App, Visa and Sprite, Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’ will have two official presales.
The Cash App Card presale (presented by Cash App and Visa), begins Wednesday, March 15 at 12pm local time and ends Thursday, March 16 at 10pm local time. You must have a Cash App Card to access the presale, as you’ll need the first 9 digits of your Cash App Card number.
The Spite presale will begin Thursday, March 16 at 12pm local time and ends at 10pm local time the same day. Fans can access the Sprite presale by signing up for emails on Sprite.com.
What is Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’ setlist?
While we don’t have confirmation on a setlist until the first tour date, fans can expect Drake and 21 Savage to perform a handful of songs from their recent album Her Loss. Of course, we imagine Drake will play a mix of old and new songs, as he released four albums within the last five years. You can listen to Drake and 21 Savage’s top tracks below in preparation for the ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’: