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It’s All a Blur: How to Get Tickets to Drake & J. Cole’s Tour Online

Mr. Nimbus | 02/05/2024
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Drake and J. Cole are officially on the road. The duo kicked off their highly anticipated It’s All a Blur — Big as the What? tour, the second installment of Drake’s sold-out trek that launched in 2023.

Produced by Live Nation and presented by Cash App, Drake and J. Cole’s tour launched at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., on Friday (Feb. 2). The tour was initially slated to open in January but was pushed back a few weeks and will now extend to April instead of ending in March.

The tour is expected to make stops in Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Nashville, St. Louis, Columbus, Memphis, Denver, Birmingham, Ala., San Antonio, Texas and more.

Tickets went on sale last fall, starting with the The Cash App Card presale on Nov. 15 and the general onsale on Nov. 17.

If you missed the chance to get presale and general onsale tickets, don’t worry: You can still get tickets online without spending a small fortune. From what we’ve found, resell tickets are priced at approximately $100 and up for the cheapest seats. The more expensive seats cost around $500-$1,300 for select dates.

Now that the tour has started, tickets are selling out quickly, but there are still a decent number of affordable tickets available Vivid Seats, StubHub, Ticketmaster and other ticketing sites.

Fans will find tickets for around $95 and up via StubHub, $100+ at Vivid Seats and as low as $91 at SeatGeek.

Want a discount? Save $10 off purchases of $250+ at SeatGeek with code: BILLBOARD10 (valid on first purchase only). Enter code: BB2024 to save $20 on order of $200+ at Vivid Seats.

Drake first shared the tour announcement on Instagram last November. “Right back at it,” he captioned the post along with two goat emojis.

Last year, Drake and 21 Savage announced a multi-date tour in support of their joint album Her Loss.

The first edition of the It’s All A Blur tour opened in Chicago last July after being postponed for about a week. The jaunt made stop in Memphis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, New York, Washington D.C., Columbus, Ohio, Las Vegas, Denver, Atlanta, Miami, Houston and Nashville before wrapping in the 37-year-old rapper’s hometown of Toronto last October.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus




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