Drake recently announced a summer tour, and the Toronto rapper just recently released Views From the 6. Fans can expect to pay more for tour tickets to see Drizzy this summer though because of the increasing popularity that Drake is gaining all the time. The Summer Sixteen tour will feature Future, as well as DVSN and also Roy Woods. Tickets for the tour went on sale to the general public the same day that Drizzy released his Views From the 6 album and tickets started going very quickly for many of the venues on the tour schedule. The tour launch is scheduled for Austin, Texas at the Frank Erwin Center on July 20, 2016. The schedule for the tour includes numerous cities until it finally wraps things up on September 18 in Vancouver at Rogers Arena. This last stop venue has back to back tour dates on 9/17 and 9/18.
Drake’s Summer Sixteen tour tickets were not made available to the general public until last Friday morning but pre-sale tickets for specific cities were available on Tuesday 4/26. The secondary market for tickets to see Drizzy during this tour have already been flooded and the price for tickets is higher than previous tour tickets for Drake. The average ticket price for this tour is around $267 on the general market and most cities are expected to have sold out events before Drizzy even arrives to perform on stage. There are some exceptions though. At the Air Canada Centre in Drake’s hometown of Toronto the lowest possible cheap seat available for either night of the two night tour schedule runs about $283 and the average price of a ticket here is going for about $551. For the Staples Center tour date of 9/09 the average for resale tickets is currently $432 but the cheapest options will run around $125.
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A recent announcement about a co-headlining tour between Drake and Future started building excitement, and now it has been revealed that this tour will be expanded as well. There have been additional tour dates scheduled for Vancouver, New York City, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston, DC, Oakland, and Houston. This means that more fans in these areas will get a chance to see the Toronto rapper up close and in person.
An additional date was scheduled for Madison Square Garden, and tickets are already available for the extra shows which have been added. On April 28 Drizzy will premiere a stream t 10 pm on the show Beats 1, and his latest album Views From the 6 will be released Friday 4/29 at midnight on Apple Music. The full list of Drake and Future tour dates can be found below:
When Drake gave up a surprise performance Saturday during the South by Southwest show the crowd at Faber Fort in Austin, Texas were thrilled. According to reports from Fader Drizzy performed a set of 6 songs after the OVO crew were finished with their performances.The crowd listened to Partynextdoor, Roy Woods, Dvsn, and Majid Jordan before getting to hear Drake perform. Drizzy told the energetic crowd “I got nothing else to do but be here with you all in Austin” then he proceeded to perform Know Yourself, Legend, Energy, Jumpman, Back to Back, and Summer 16.
After Drake was done performing at the show the Toronto rapper gave a shout out to his OVO crew and announced that after Views From the 6 is released he will be touring and will visit Dallas, Austin, and Houston. Clips from the surprise performance by Drake at the South by Southwest show can be seen on Fader. Drizzy teased the crowd about the upcoming album while refusing to give specific release date details, saying only “Views From the 6 coming in how many weeks, I hope you enjoy that shit.” While there were no new Drake songs from his album performed by the Toronto rapper Partynextdoor did perform a new track called Come and See Me which was produced by Noah “40” Shebib and which features Drizzy in the song.
Drake is kicking off the second half of his Club Paradise tour this summer! New artist are a part of his line-up which include: J. Cole, Meek Mill, Waka Flocka, French Montana, and 2Chainz. The full tour schedule is still set to be released, but some dates are already available. So if your Drake fans in areas like LA, Dallas, or even Houston… Be on the look out to purchase your tickets fast!