Drake Unveils First Tour In 5 Years, ‘It’s All A Blur’ With 21 Savage

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ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 9: Rapper Drake performs onstage during “Lil Baby & Friends Birthday Celebration Concert” at State Farm Arena on December 9, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Five years have passed since Drake last headlined a tour in North America. In that time, he’s released four albums, including Care Package, Certified Lover Boy, Honestly, Nevermind and Her Loss with 21 Savage. Drake last toured in 2018 as part of a co-headline run with Migos. Now, he’s unveiling his 29-date, Live Nation-produced run with 21 Savage.

The first leg of the “It’s All A Blur” tour kicks off on June 16 in New Orleans includes two-night stints in Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Brooklyn, New York, New York City, Inglewood, California and Los Angeles. A second leg with added dates (including Toronto) will be announced soon.

Drake’s tour sees him hitting major arenas including Madison Square Garden, the Kia Forum, Barclays Center, Crypto.com Arena, TD Garden and more. The tour wraps on Sept. 5 in Glendale, Arizona.

Back in 2019, Drake performed numerous dates throughout Europe, including two shows at Manchester Arena (grossing $3.8 million), three shows at Accor Arena in Paris (grossing $3.5 million), three shows at 3Arena in Dublin (grossing $4 million) and three shows at Resorts World Arena in Birmingham (grossing $3.5 million).

Drake’s last tour dates in North America wrapped with three shows at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena with Migos, grossing $5.8 million. Highlights from that trek included three sold-out shows in Oakland (grossing $6 million), four shows at the Forum in Inglewood (grossing $8.1 million), three shows at Los Angeles’ Staples Center (now Crypto.com Arena) grossing $7.1 million and four sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden grossing $8.9 million.

Since his last major tour, Drake has performed several one-off dates, teaming up with Kanye West for a co-headline show at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2021 and taking the stage at his OVO festival in Toronto alongside fellow Young Money Crewmembers Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne last August.

General onsale for the newly announced tour dates begin March 17 at 12 p.m. local time. A Cash App Card presale begins March 15 at 12 p.m. local time until Mary 16 at 10 p.m. local time. A Sprite presale will also take place on March 16 at 12 p.m. local time until 10 p.m. local time.

“It’s All A Blur” 2023 tour dates
6/16 — Smoothie King Center — New Orleans, LA
6/19 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
6/21 — Toyota Center — Houston, TX
6/24 — American Airlines Center — Dallas, TX
6/28 — Miami-Dade Arena — Miami, FL
7/01 — State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
7/02 — State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
7/05 — United Center — Chicago, IL
7/06 — United Center — Chicago, IL
7/08 — Little Caesars Arena — Detroit, MI
7/11 — TD Garden — Boston, MA
7/12 — TD Garden — Boston, MA
7/14 — Bell Centre — Montreal, QC
7/17 — Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
7/18 — Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
7/25 — Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
7/26 — Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
7/28 — Capital One Arena — Washington, DC
7/31 — Wells Fargo Center — Philadelphia, PA
8/12 — Kia Forum — Inglewood, CA
8/13 — Kia Forum — Inglewood, CA
8/18 — Chase Center — San Francisco, CA
8/21 — Cyrpto.com Arena — Los Angeles, CA
8/22 — Cyrpto.com Arena — Los Angeles, CA
8/25 — Climate Pledge Arena — Seattle, WA
8/28 — Rogers Arena — Vancouver, BC
9/01 —T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas, NV
9/05 — Desert Diamond Arena — Glendale, AZ