Drake is embarking on his first North American tour in five years, bringing 21 Savage along for the voyage.
This summer, the duo whose single “Rich Flex” debuted at the top of the Billboard Global 200 chart will embark on a 29-date arena tour. A Ambiguity Tour will make stops across the United States and Canada between June 16 in New Orleans and September 5 in Glendale, Arizona.
Drake, 36, has not been on tour since the 2018 Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour five years ago.
During his time off the road, the rapper released several studio albums, including “Her Loss” with 21 Savage and a scattering of other projects. The tour’s moniker is a reference to Drake’s output over the past five years, according to a press release issued on Monday.
Drake teased the news during his January performance at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, while honouring his supporters. “I’ll be travelling extensively this year, so I expect to see many familiar faces,” he said at the time.
Monday, the Canadian rapper announced the tour by posting a montage-style video on Instagram. He wrote, “IT’S ALL A BLUR TOUR with @21savage.”
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Tickets will go on presale on Wednesday and go on sale to the general public on Friday.
Cash App cardholders will be able to purchase tickets beginning Wednesday at noon local time until Thursday at 10 p.m. local time.
The tour’s sponsor, Sprite, will offer presale tickets beginning at 12 p.m. local time on Thursday and concluding at 10 p.m. local time. For presale access, ticket-seekers can sign up for emails and monitor Sprite.com for updates.
Friday at midday local time, the general public will be able to purchase items from drakerelated.com.
Full tour itinerary schedule
|New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center||16-Jun|
|Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena||19-Jun|
|Houston, TX – Toyota Center||21-Jun|
|Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center||24-Jun|
|Miami, FL – Miami-Dade Arena||28-Jun|
|Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena||1-Jul|
|Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena||2-Jul|
|Chicago, IL – United Center||5-Jul|
|Chicago, IL – United Center||6-Jul|
|Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena||8-Jul|
|Boston, MA – TD Garden||11-Jul|
|Boston, MA – TD Garden||12-Jul|
|Montreal, QC – Bell Centre||14-Jul|
|Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center||17-Jul|
|Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center||18-Jul|
|New York, NY – Madison Square Garden||25-Jul|
|New York, NY – Madison Square Garden||26-Jul|
|Washington, DC – Capital One Arena||28-Jul|
|Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center||31-Jul|
|Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum||Aug. 12|
|Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum||Aug. 13|
|San Francisco, CA – Chase Center||Aug. 18|
|Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena||Aug. 21|
|Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena||Aug. 22|
|Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena||Aug. 25|
|Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena||Aug. 28|
|Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena||Sept. 1|
|Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena||Sept. 5|
The release states that additional performances, including one in Toronto, will be announced at a later date.
Drake and 21 Savage have an extensive history
It’s not surprising to see Drake and 21 Savage touring together, particularly after the release of their 16-track project “Her Loss” in January, which they performed at New York’s legendary Apollo Theater. Last year, all sixteen tracks from “Her Loss” debuted on the Billboard Hot 100.
The two also shared the mic on “Mr. Right Now” from 21 Savage’s 2020 “Savage Mode II” album and in turn, 21 Savage was featured on Drake’s 2021 “Certified Lover Boy” with “Knife Talk.” Additionally, they concluded Drake’s 2022 album “Honestly, Regardless” with “Jimmy Cooks.”
Fans React to Expensive Tickets for the Drake and 21 Savage Tour
Tickets for the forthcoming It’s All a Confusion Tour by Drake and 21 Savage will be expensive.
Since Wednesday, when Cash App cardholders were granted early access to the pre-sale, fans have been up in arms about the prices. It appears that the ticket prices will range between $200 and $500.
While some admirers complained that there were no tickets available for less than $100, others quipped that they would have to sell their parents’ houses to afford the concert.