Drake announces ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’, his new North American tour in 2024

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After announcing his temporary retirement from music in October, drake has decided to persist in his musical projects and fully immerse himself in what will be the continuation of his tour It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What?where it will feature the participation of rapper J. Cole on most of the dates set for North America.

The reason for the tour is none other than the pure celebration and staging of For All the Dogthe most recent album by the Canadian rapper that features collaborations with all kinds of renowned artists, such as: SZA, Teezo Touchdown, 21 Savage, PartyNextDoor, Chief Keef, Bad Bunny, Yeat, Sexyy Red and Lil Yachty.

drake has announced his new tour this Monday, November 13, through his social networks, which represents the continuation of the first 50 concerts he gave last summer and autumn, and has confirmed that pre-sale tickets will be available from the 15th. November for Cash App card customers; while general sale will be available from November 17.

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His latest collaboration with Bad Bunny

With the launch of For All the Dogs, the latest project from the Canadian rapper, we were able to enjoy his new collaboration with the tireless Bad Bunnyin the subject Gently. The song is a tribute to dembowin which Drake has returned to sing in Spanish, as he did previously in MINE together with the Puerto Rican artist in 2018, for the album X 100PRE.

The first time that drake and Bad Bunny They collaborated together was an absolute success, and in it the Canadian artist adapted to the Puerto Rican. Now it seems to be the other way around, where the codes drake stand out throughout the song.

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‘It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What?’ Dates

We leave you all the dates announced by Drake for his tour It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What? in North America in 2024. Dates marked with “*” will not feature J. Cole.

  • January 18 – Denver, CO. Ball Arena
  • January 19 – Denver, CO. Ball Arena
  • January 22 – San Antonio, TX. Frost Bank Center – San Antonio
  • January 25 – Oklahoma City, OK. Paycom Center
  • January 29 – New Orleans, LA. Smoothie King Center
  • January 30 – New Orleans, LA. Smoothie King Center
  • February 2 – Tampa, FL. Amalie Arena
  • February 7 – Nashville, TN. Bridgestone Arena
  • February 8 – Nashville, TN. Bridgestone Arena
  • February 12 – St. Louis, MO. Enterprise Arena
  • February 16 – Pittsburgh, PA. PPG Paints Arena
  • February 20 – Columbus, OH. Schottenstein Center
  • February 21 – Columbus, OH. Schottenstein Center
  • February 24 – Cleveland, OH. Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
  • February 27 – Buffalo, NY. KeyBank Center
  • March 2 – Kansas City, MO. T-Mobile Center
  • March 5 – Memphis, TN. FedEx Forum
  • March 10 – Lexington, KY. Rupp Arena
  • *March 14 – Belmont Park, New York. UBS Arena
  • *March 18 – State College, PA. Bryce Jordan Center
  • *March 23 – Sunrise, FL. Amerant Bank Arena
  • *March 27 – Birmingham, AL. The Legacy Arena at BJCC


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