The openings of Drake’s Dave’s Hot Chicken outlets have recently provided Bay Area fans with the most glimpses of the artist. But the “6 God” has now revealed a Bay Area concert in response to community pleas.
Drizzy’s most recent performance was on the 2018 Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour, which took place before the epidemic (and brought on stage Oakland artists E-40 and Too Short at his Oakland Arena shows on the closing night). The musician was working throughout the epidemic, releasing a number of albums, including “Dark Lane Demo Tapes” in 2020, “Certified Lover Boy” in 2021, and “Honestly, Nevermind” and “Her Loss” in 2022.
On Monday, a tweet announcing the 2023 North American It’s All a Blur Tour was posted. The Chase Center in San Francisco will host a performance on August 18 throughout the summer. Additional California shows will take place on August 12 and 13 at the Inglewood Kia Forum and on August 21 and 22 at the Los Angeles Crypto.com Arena.
The most recent tour of the Canadian rapper has Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage as support. The couple, who go under the moniker “Treacherous Twins,” jointly released the album “Her Loss” in November 2022. On the music streaming site Spotify, the album received 1 billion streams in less than two months, making 21 Savage’s project the quickest to achieve that milestone. Drake was on his 12th.
Beginning on Wednesday, March 15, Cash App cardholders and users of Ticketmaster will have access to pre-sale tickets. On March 16, at noon, Sprite, an official tour sponsor, will start a special presale. Tickets go on sale to the general public at noon on Friday, March 17.