Drake Tour 2024: It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What?

Drake Tour 2024: It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As the What?

Don't Get Caught Stargazing: Your Ultimate Guide to Drake's It's All A Blur Tour - Big As The What? (2024)

Will Drake  tour in 2024?

Drake is well into his 2024 tour, "It's All A Blur - Big As The What?" which features J. Cole as a powerhouse opening act. This tour follows the massive success of the first leg of It's All A Blur in 2023.  If you're a Drake fan and haven't secured your tickets yet, don't worry – there are still some shows left! The tour started in Denver back on January 18th, 2024, and is scheduled to wrap up on April 5th in Newark, New Jersey.

Here's the exciting part: depending on your location, you might still be able to snag tickets! Check out Drake's official website or reputable ticketing platforms like Ticketmaster and Live Nation for the most up-to-date schedule and availability.  These platforms will also have information on presale opportunities and general ticket release dates. With some strategic searching and a little luck, you could be singing along to Drake and J. Cole's hits live this year!a

What to expect from the  Drake 2024 tour

J. Cole as opening act: Drake is bringing J. Cole along for the entire 2024 leg of the tour. This means you'll get a double dose of hip-hop heavyweights for your ticket price. Extensive setlist: With an extensive discography like Drake's, expect a mix of his biggest hits, from tracks like "Hotline Bling" and "God's Plan" to songs from his latest album "Her Loss" with 21 Savage. Production value: Drake is known for his high-energy shows, so you can expect a visually stunning production with elaborate lighting, pyrotechnics, and set design.Special Guests: There's always a chance that Drake might bring out surprise guests during the tour. He has a history of collaborating with a wide range of artists, so keep an eye out for who might show up.

How to get tickets to the Drake 2024 tour

There are a couple routes you can take to snag tickets for Drake's ongoing "It's All a Blur - Big As the What?" tour with J. Cole.

Official Ticketing Platforms:  The most secure option is to check out the official ticketing platforms for the tour, such as Ticketmaster. Here, you can find listings for all the remaining shows and their face value prices. These tickets will be digitally delivered, allowing for a faster and more secure transaction. Be sure to create an account on the platform beforehand to streamline the buying process when tickets go on sale.

Resale Marketplaces: If you can't find tickets on the official platforms, or the dates you're interested in are sold out, resale marketplaces like SeatGeek offer another option. Here, you'll find tickets from other fans who are unable to attend the show. Prices on these platforms tend to fluctuate based on factors like seat location, date, and overall demand. While you might find some good deals, be prepared for prices to be higher than face value, especially for popular shows.

Additional information:
  • Special Guest: J. Cole is serving as the co-headliner for the entire tour.
  • Setlist: The setlist for the tour varies from show to show, but it typically includes a mix of Drake's biggest hits, as well as some deeper cuts from his extensive catalog. You can find some fan-made setlists online to get an idea of what to expect here: [invalid URL removed].
  • Reviews: The tour has been met with positive reviews from critics and fans alike. Many have praised the high-energy production value and the chemistry between Drake and J. Cole.

Fans are eagerly awaiting news of Drake's 2024 tour, and they are sure to jump at the chance to see her perform live again.

Drake has now Announces It’s All A Blur Tour  – Big As the What?

The tour is ongoing across the United States with J. Cole as co-headliner. Lil Durk joined as the opening act for the second leg that began in February. Is there anything else you'd like to know about the tour, such as remaining dates or how to get tickets

Drake It’s All A Blur Tour  – Big As the What?  Tour 2024 Dates
North America

February 2, 2024-Tampa,Amalie Arena,United States.February 4, 2024-Tampa,Amalie Arena,United States.February 7, 2024-Nashville,Bridgestone Arena,United States.February 8, 2024-Nashville,Bridgestone Arena,United States.February 12, 2024-St. Louis,Enterprise Center,United States.February 13, 2024-St. Louis,Enterprise Center,United States.February 16, 2024-Pittsburgh,PPG Paints Arena,United States.February 17, 2024-Pittsburgh,PPG Paints Arena,United States.February 20, 2024-Columbus,Schottenstein Center,United States.February 21, 2024-Columbus,Schottenstein Center,United States.February 24, 2024-Cleveland,Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse,United States.February 25, 2024-Cleveland,Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse,United States.February 27, 2024-Buffalo,KeyBank Center,United States.February 28, 2024-Buffalo,KeyBank Center,United States.March 2, 2024-Kansas City,T-Mobile Center,United States.March 3, 2024-Kansas City,T-Mobile Center,United States.March 6, 2024-New Orleans,Smoothie King Center,United States.March 7, 2024-New Orleans,Smoothie King Center,United States.March 10, 2024-Lexington,Rupp Arena,United States.March 14, 2024-San Antonio,Frost Bank Center,United States.March 15, 2024-San Antonio,Frost Bank Center,United States.March 18, 2024-Oklahoma City,Paycom Center,United States.March 19, 2024-Oklahoma City,Paycom Center,United States.March 23, 2024-Sunrise,Amerant Bank Arena,United States.March 24, 2024-Sunrise,Amerant Bank Arena,United States.March 28, 2024-Elmont[b],UBS Arena,United States.March 29, 2024-Elmont[b],UBS Arena,United States.March 31, 2024-University Park[b],Bryce Jordan Center,United States.April 4, 2024-Newark[b],Prudential Center,United States.August 19, 2023-Newark[b],Prudential Center,United States.August 21, 2023-Los Angeles,Crypto.com Arena,United States.August 22, 2023-Los Angeles,Crypto.com Arena,United States.August 25, 2023-Seattle,Climate Pledge Arena,United States.August 26, 2023-Seattle,Rogers Arena,United States.August 29, 2023[a]-Vancouver,Rogers Arena,Canada.August 30, 2023[a]-Vancouver,Rogers Arena,Canada.September 1, 2023-Las Vegas,T-Mobile Arena,Canada.September 2, 2023-Las Vegas,T-Mobile ,United States.September 5, 2023-Glendale,Desert Diamond Arena,United States.September 6, 2023-Glendale,Desert Diamond Arena,United States.September 11, 2023-Austin,Moody Center,United States.September 12, 2023-Austin,Moody Center,United States.September 14, 2023-Dallas,American Airlines Center,United States.September 15, 2023-Dallas,American Airlines Center,United States.September 17, 2023-Houston,Toyota Center,United States.September 18, 2023-Houston,Toyota Center,United States.September 22, 2023-Charlotte,Spectrum Center,United States.September 23, 2023-Charlotte,Spectrum Center,United States.September 25, 2023-Atlanta,State Farm Arena,United States.September 26, 2023-Atlanta,State Farm Arena,United States.September 28, 2023-Miami,Kaseya Center,United States.September 29, 2023-Miami,Kaseya Center,United States.October 6, 2023[a]-Toronto,Scotiabank Arena,Canada.October 7, 2023-Toronto,Scotiabank Arena,Canada.

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