Even after finishing a wildly successful tour in October, Drake is ready to hit the road again — and he’s bringing another big name with him. Today (Nov. 13), the OVO star announced the “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” with J. Cole, which kicks off in January 2024 and will run through several American dates until March. Previously postponed cities, including Columbus, OH and Nashville, TN, have also been added to the monthslong schedule.
This past July, Drake and 21 Savage began their highly anticipated “It’s All A Blur Tour,” complete with a wealth of special appearances from other big names as guest attendees. Skillibeng, Sleepy Hallow, Central Cee, Sexyy Red, Zack Bia, and Lil Yachty appeared on certain dates as supporting acts.
For the Montreal and Vancouver stops of the “It’s All A Blur Tour,” Travis Scott and Cole surprised crowds as 21 Savage’s temporary replacement. After becoming a permanent resident of the United States, the Atlanta-based talent officially stepped foot in Canada when the tour closed in Drake’s hometown of Toronto. Check out the announcement, ticket information, and full schedule for the “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” below.
“It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” 2024 dates:
Jan. 18: Denver, CO — Ball Arena +
Jan. 19: Denver, CO — Ball Arena
Jan. 22: San Antonio, TX — Frost Bank Center
Jan. 25: Oklahoma City, OK — Paycom Center
Jan. 29: New Orleans, LA — Smoothie King Center +
Jan. 30: New Orleans, LA — Smoothie King Center
Feb. 2: Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena
Feb. 7: Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena +
Feb. 8: Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena +
Feb. 12: St. Louis, MO — Enterprise Center
Feb. 16: Pittsburgh, PA — PPG Paints Arena
Feb. 20: Columbus, OH — Schottenstein Center +
Feb. 21: Columbus, OH — Schottenstein Center
Feb. 24: Cleveland, OH — Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Feb. 27: Buffalo, NY — KeyBank Center
Mar. 02: Kansas City, MO — T-Mobile Center
Mar. 05: Memphis, TN — FedExForum
Mar. 10: Lexington, KY — Rupp Arena
Mar. 14: Belmont Park, NY — UBS Arena ~
Mar. 18: State College, PA — Bryce Jordan Center ~
Mar. 23: Sunrise, FL — Amerant Bank Arena ~
Mar. 27: Birmingham, AL — The Legacy Arena at BJCC ~
+ Rescheduled dates
~ Without J. Cole
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