Drake Adds Dates to It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What? With J. Cole

Five-time Grammy winner Drake has just announced a new run of dates on his It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What? with fellow Grammy winner J. Cole. They’re coming back to a lot of cities Drake missed on the first leg of his tour, making sure no fan misses out on the chance to see two of the biggest names in rap together on stage.

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Drake is starting the Big As The What? portion of his tour with two nights in snowy Denver, Colorado at the Ball Arena before closing out in Birmingham, Alabama at The Legacy Arena at the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Center.

If you’re looking to see Drake and J. Cole live, tickets are available now through StubHub where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

Drake is one of the highest-selling artists of all time and he’s bringing his hits with him on the road. The “Scary Hours 3” star has been known to play some of his most successful songs on tour, including “Marvin’s Room”, “Started From the Bottom”, and his chart-topping hit with Travis Scott, “Sicko Mode”.

J. Cole is a legend in his own right and the fact that two of the G.O.A.T.s of rap are on tour together is jaw-dropping. J. Cole will probably dip into his catalog of bangers too, including his new single with Drizzy himself “First Person Shooter”. 

If you want to see Drake and J. Cole perform together live, get your tickets now. Hit a “Rich Flex” and go see “Jimmy Cooks” live before tickets sell out. The 2024 It’s All A Blur — Big As The What? tour is going to be “Massive”. 

To get your hands on official J. Cole and Drake tickets, head to StubHub or click here

Drake and J. Cole It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What?! Added Dates

01/18 – Denver, Colorado – Ball Arena  

01/19 – Denver, Colorado – Ball Arena 

01/22 – San Antonio, Texas – Frost Bank Center 

01/25 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Paycom Center 

01/29 – New Orleans, Louisiana – Smoothie King Center 

01/30 – New Orleans, Louisiana – Smoothie King Center 

02/02 – Tampa, Florida – Amalie Arena 

02/07 – Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena 

02/08 – Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena 

02/12 – St. Louis, Missouri – Enterprise Arena 

02/16 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – PPG Paints Arena 

02/20 – Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center 

02/21 – Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center 

02/24 – Cleveland, Ohio – Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse 

02/27 – Buffalo, New York – KeyBank Center 

03/02 – Kansas City, Missouri – T-Mobile Center 

03/05 – Memphis, Tennessee – FedEx Forum

03/10 – Lexington, Kentucky – Rupp Arena 

03/14 – Belmont Park, New York – UBS Arena *

03/18 – State College, Pennsylvania – Bryce Jordan Center *

03/23 – Sunrise, Florida – Amerant Bank Arena *

03/27 – Birmingham, Alabama – The Legacy Arena at BJCC *

* = without J. Cole

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