By | May 14, 2018

Drake started his 2018 f with a bang releasing his ‘Scary Hours EP’ which included ‘Diplomatic Immunity’ & the record breaking ‘God’s Plan‘ surpassing Jay-Z’s 21 Billboard Top 10s with 22. Setting a standard breaking new ground in streaming, Drake even broke & re-broke his own record he set himself.

Never letting go the Top 10, Drake turned around for another #1 single ”Nice For What” (and star-studded video) which gave the rapper his fifth number one record and becomes the 15th song to spend its first two weeks on the Hot 100 at #1. Earlier last month, Drake announced that his new album Scorpion would be due (next month) in June and it looks like he’ll be hitting the road soon after.

Drake & The Three Amigos will see Drake share a stage with Migos on tour for the first time and his second co-headlining tour since ‘Summer Sixteen’ with Future in support their ‘What A Time To Be Alive’ mixtape. The tour is set to kick f in July starting the 26th, with over 40 dates with encores in multiple cities.

American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Tuesday, May 15 at 10am through Thursday, May 17 at 10pm. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, May 18 at Ticketmaster.com.

 

For a more reader-friendly list dates, see below. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Tuesday. Regular tickets for normals hit the usual outlets Friday.

  • July 26 – Salt Lake City
  • July 28 – Denver
  • July 31 – Kansas City
  • Aug. 1 – Minneapolis
  • Aug. 10 – Toronto
  • Aug. 11 – Toronto
  • Aug. 14 – Detroit
  • Aug. 17 – Chicago
  • Aug. 18 – Chicago
  • Aug. 24 – New York
  • Aug. 25 – New York
  • Aug. 30 – New York
  • Aug. 31 – New York
  • Sept. 4 – Montreal
  • Sept. 7 – Boston
  • Sept. 8 – Boston
  • Sept. 12 – Washington DC
  • Sept. 13 – Washington DC
  • Sept. 15 – Philadelphia
  • Sept. 16 – Nashville
  • Sept. 21 – Miami
  • Sept. 22 – Miami
  • Sept. 24 – New Orleans
  • Sept. 26 – Dallas
  • Sept. 29 – Houston
  • Sept. 30 – Houston
  • Oct. 5 – Las Vegas
  • Oct. 6 – Las Vegas
  • Oct. 8 – Phoenix
  • Oct. 12 – Los Angeles, the best city in the world
  • Oct. 13 – Los Angeles again
  • Oct. 16 – Los Angeles once again
  • Oct. 17 – Los Angeles one more time
  • Oct. 26 – San Francisco
  • Oct. 27 – San Francisco
  • Nov. 1 – Seattle
  • Nov. 3 – Vancouver
  • Nov. 4 – Vancouver
  • Nov. 6 – Edmonton
  • Nov. 16 – Atlanta
  • Nov. 17 – Atlanta

Migos dropped their Soul Train themed Drake featured video for Walk It Like I Talk It back in March which peaked at #10 on the Hot 100 becoming Drake’s third Top 10 single 2018 and the Migos’ first.