Drake announces 41-city fall arena tour with Miguel

Drake announces 41-city fall arena tour with Miguel

Drake’s upcoming third album Nothing Was The Same doesn’t have an official release date yet—though if his father’s teaser photos aren't the fakery they've been dismissed as, it’ll be late August, and it will feature apperances from Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, A$AP Rocky, Frank Ocean, Future, and a few tracks produces by James Blake. But suggesting it will be out somewhere around the end of summer, Drake is launching a 41-date North America area tour crisscrossing the continent this fall.

WOULD YOU LIKE A TOUR?” Drake yells into the crowd, as though he were Maximus decrying the audience for not being entertained, satiating their thirst for a tour by occupying the continent’s arenas. He’s bringing along Miguel in support, so the front rows should be prepared to fend off some face-kicking leaps before the smooth sounds of Drake fill up the intimate arena spaces.

Sept. 25—Rose Garden Arena—Portland, Oregon
Sept. 26—Tacoma Dome—Tacoma, Washington
Sept. 27—Pepsi Live At Rogers Arena—Vancouver, British Columbia
Sept. 29—Scotiabank Saddledome—Calgary, Alberta
Sept. 30—Rexall Place—Edmonton, Alberta
Oct. 2—Credit Union Centre—Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Oct. 3—MTS Centre—Winnipeg, Manitoba
Oct. 5—Target Center—Minneapolis, Minnesota
Oct. 6—Sprint Center—Kansas City, Missouri
Oct. 8—Scottrade Center—St. Louis, Missouri
Oct. 9—United Center—Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 11—Bankers Life Fieldhouse—Indianapolis, Indiana
Oct. 12—Palace Of Auburn Hills—Auburn Hills, Michigan
Oct. 13—Quicken Loans Arena—Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 15—Schottenstein Center—Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 16—First Niagara Center—Buffalo, New York
Oct. 18—CONSOL Energy Center—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Oct. 19—Wells Fargo Center—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Oct. 21—Bell Centre—Montreal, Quebec
Oct. 22—Scotiabank Place—Ottawa, Ontario
Oct. 26—XL Center—Hartford, Connecticut
Oct. 27—Prudential Center—Newark, New Jersey
Oct. 28—Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York
Oct. 30—TD Garden—Boston, Massachusetts
Oct. 31—Verizon Center—Washington, DC
Nov. 2—Time Warner Cable Arena—Charlotte, North Carolina
Nov. 3—PNC Arena—Raleigh, North Carolina
Nov. 5—AmericanAirlines Arena—Miami, Florida
Nov. 6—Tampa Bay Times Forum—Tampa, Florida
Nov. 7—Philips Arena—Atlanda, Georgia
Nov. 9—New Orleans Arena—New Orleans, Louisiana
Nov. 10—American Airlines Center—Dallas, Texas
Nov. 12—AT&T Center—San Antonio, Texas
Nov. 13—Toyota Center—Houston, Texas
Nov. 16—US Airways Center—Phoenix, Arizona
Nov. 18—Sleep Train Arena—Sacramento, California
Nov. 19—Oracle Arena—Oakland, California
Nov. 21—Honda Center—Anaheim, California
Nov. 22—MGM Grand Garden Arena—Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov. 24—Viejas Arena—San Diego, California
Nov. 25—STAPLES Center—Los Angeles, California

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