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How to get Drake 2023 tour tickets—concert dates with 21 Savage plus more

Drake has officially announced his 2023 tour dates after initially teasing the gigs back in January.

The musician, real name Aubrey Drake Graham, has confirmed he will be hitting the road in June and that the tour, his first in five years, will continue through to September.

The 36-year-old announced the “It’s All a Blur” tour on March 13 via Instagram, releasing a compilation video of highlights from his career.

Since Drake’s last tour, 2018 “Aubrey and the Three Amigos,” the star has released several albums, including 2021’s Certified LoverBoy2022’s Honestly, Nevermind other Mr. Lossa collaboration with 21 Savage.

21 Savage will be joining Drake on the “It’s All a Blur” tour, something Drake had hinted at during a joint performance earlier this year.

21 Savage, real name Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, posted the same video that Drake had on his own Instagram page to announce the tour, adding a “mind blown” emoji as his caption.

He later reposted the video on his Instagram Stories and added the caption: “If you miss it…your loss,” in reference to his and Drake’s 2022 LP.

Due to the popularity of the Mr. Loss album, and the long amount of time since Drake’s last tour, no doubt fans of both Drake and 21 Savage will be desperate to get their hands on “It’s All a Blur” tickets.

Newsweek has everything you need to know about Drake’s 2023 tour, including how to get tickets and what dates he’s playing.

There have been several presales announced for the “It’s All a Blur” tour, including one on March 15 via Cash App Card, and another on March 16 via Sprite.

The general sale will then kick off on March 17.

The Cash App Card presale will be available for Cash App Card customers, beginning Wednesday, March 15 at 12 pm local time, and closing at Thursday, March 16 at 10 pm local time.

Cash App Card holders can use the first nine digits of their Cash App Card to access the presale, and then must complete their purchase using their Cash App Card.

For more information on the Cash App Card presale, fans can visit

Sprite is the official beverage sponsor for the “It’s All a Blur Tour” and fans can gain access to the presale experience through the Sprite website.

The Sprite presale will start on March 16, starting at 12 pm local time and ending at 10 pm local time.

Presale start times may vary by location, and fans wanting to ensure they get tickets are encouraged to check for more information.

The 28 “It’s All a Blur” tour dates announced so far can be seen below:

While the September 5 date is currently the last stop on the “It’s All a Blur” tour, Variety has reported that more dates will be added in the future.

Drake has officially announced his 2023 tour dates after initially teasing the gigs back in January.

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