*Drake and 21 Savage recently made a collaborative album dubbed Her Loss, and the two are set to perform on 29 dates between June and September in different cities across North America.
HotNewHipHop learned that Drake is looking to everyone’s dollar for tickets ahead of the It’s All A Blur Tour alongside 21 Savage. The Toronto hitmaker officially announced the dates set for his tour, set to begin in June, in support of his three latest albums, namely Honestly, Certified Lover Boy, Nevermind, and Her Loss, which as we noted, also features 21 Savage.
While ticket prices were advertised starting at $69 on Ticketmaster, fans were quick to share videos showing upper-level seats on sale for $200. Others reported seeing tickets sold for as high as $1,000, and ticket reselling site SeatGeek has tickets on sale for up to $5,000 in certain cities as of Saturday afternoon.
While Drake’s tickets for the general public went on sale this Friday (03-17-23), CashApp cardholders had first dibs on securing their entry to the show.
However, entering the show won’t be a cheap affair as some of the tickets cost $1k, something a lot of fans think is outrageously similar to the price for Chris Brown’s infamous meet-and-greet last year. But the cost isn’t an issue for some people willing to do anything possible to secure their spots at the concert, which will be a massive spectacle.
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Drake and 21 Savage confirmed they would do the tour together – back-to-back concerts at Harlem’s Apollo Theater. However, none provided detailed information regarding the It’s A Blur Tour, even though the information leaked online confirmed it. Drake announced the tour nostalgically through a clip that captured his rise from his come-up in Toronto to becoming a global selling icon. Based on the poster, the tour will likely commemorate his tenure in hip-hop.
The tour will start on June 16 in New Orleans before hitting other cities, including Dallas, Nashville, Houston, and Miami and two nights in Atlanta, 21’s hometown. The two will then do another back-to-back evening in Chicago before proceeding to the East Coast – New York City and Boston, among others.
Drake hasn’t confirmed a date for Toronto, but seemingly, he is waiting to announce the date during the OVO Fest. The bottom line is that Beyoncé and Drake’s fans will be spending big on tickets, no matter the show they attend.
I am not paying more than I did for Beyonce tickets for DRAKE foh
— maxine (@ItGirlMcK) March 15, 2023
me looking for the $69 tickets for drake pic.twitter.com/VUOeezk4nZ
— rachel (@rachelgeorgex) March 15, 2023
This is insane pic.twitter.com/5wUaTrwnVs
— Mr. Morale (@ToureDeTrap) March 16, 2023
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