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Drake Tour Schedule

It’s official: Drake is hopping across the pond for "The Boy Meets World Tour." From late January to mid-March 2017, Drake will be touring Europe, headlining in cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, and a smashing five-night run in London.

Following the massive success of Views From the 6 and If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, Drake tickets are selling quickly to hear music from his latest album performed live in concert. Be there when Drake performs hits like "Started from the Bottom," "Summer Sixteen," and "Pop Style" live in concert. This tour will be following the success of his 2016 “Summer Sixteen Tour” with rap mega shark, Future. Though Future is not following him on this leg to Europe, Drake will certainly fill his nights with huge surprise guests and enough talent and ego to fill up the venues. Drake lived up to the hype with the release of his new album in 2016, and he has consistently kept the attention of mainstream radio with hits such as “Hotling Bling” and “Work” with Bohemian, hip-hop/pop star Rihanna. These are just two examples of the popular music he has released just within the past year that are certainly contenders for his “The Boy Meets World Tour” set list.

About Drake

Among the biggest acts of the new decade, Drake tickets will likely be among the hottest in hip hop for the foreseeable future. Even before releasing a major record debut, Drake has become one of the industry's biggest stars, and the Drake concert tour has been one of the most talked about tour of the year. He's right up there with Lil Wayne tickets in terms of demands from fans! With some of the rap game's heaviest hitters backing him along with an impeccable delivery, Drake has been making great music since day one. Find the stop on the Drake tour you want to be at and get your tickets right away. It is the last chance to see Draake promoting his success from his most recent album Views from the 6.

Drake, also known as Aubrey Drake Graham, was born October 24, 1986. In his short career, he's been able to pair with some of the biggest stars in music. Acts associated with Drake include Lil Wayne, Jay Z, Kanye West, Mary J. Blige, and many more. Before emerging as one of the hottest acts in hip hop, Drake was better known to fans as Jimmy Brooks on the Canadian-television show Degrassi: The Next Generation. Without a major label release to his credit, Drake was still able to garner a number of awards from the music business. And without a tour going on, Drake tickets were still a hot topic of conversation in the music business. At the 2009 BET Hip Hop Awards, he won Track of the Year for "Every Girl" as well as Rookie of the Year. He was also nominated for MTV's Best New Artist in a Video and at the Soul Train Awards was nominated for Record of the Year, Best New Artist and Best Collaboration. Along with success comes a lot of attention, and the attention on the Drake Concert Tour can attest to that.

Music fans were first introduced to Drake when he released the Room for Improvement mixtape. Room for Improvement paired Drake with DJ Smallz and featured appearances by Trey Songz, Lupe Fiasco and more Clipse. Drake followed up his first effort with 2007's Comeback Season and its single Replacement Girl, which featured Trey Songz. It debuted as BET's New Joint of the Day on April 30, 2007. After Drake's first two singles came out, the music ended up with 'Lil Wayne, who was about to embark on a tour. 'Lil Wayne invited Drake to go on the road with him and while on tour the duo recorded several songs together, including "Ransom," "I Want This Forever" and a "Brand New" remix.

Drake's third mixtape, So Far Gone, was released free online and was downloaded 2,000 downloads in the first two hours it was available. Featuring Lil Wayne, Lloyd, Trey Songz and more, So Far Gone archived success both in the mainstream as well as in hip hop's underground very quickly for a relatively-unknown act and went on to receive heavy radio play on the strength of its biggest singles "Best I Ever Had" and "Successful." The mixtape earned rave reviews in the hip hop community, and was even named MTV's "Hottest Mixtape of 2009 (So Far)." Drake made hip hop history one July 4 of 2009 when two of his singles, "Best I Ever Had" and "Every Girl" were on the Billboard Hot 100, just the second time ever an artists has had his first two singles in the top ten of the charts. Around this time 'Lil Wayne invited Drake to sign with his Young Money Entertainment production company, and the deal was formally completed on June 29, 2009. Following the signing, Drake embarked on the America's Most Wanted Tour with Lil Wayne and Soulja Boy.

Drake's first official album release Thank Me Later is a who's who of music business stars. Acts reported to appear on Thank Me Later include Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Kings of Leon, The Dream and Boi-1da. Drake tickets are selling well now, but once his first full-length album comes out he will become a household name. When asked about Thank Me Later, Drake responded: "It's gonna be bigger, it's gonna sound happier, more victorious, 'cause that's where I'm at in my life." Singles on Thank Me Later include Fireworks, Shut it Down, Over, Light Me Up and more.


Studio Albums

  • Thank Me Later - 2010
  • Take Care - 2011
  • Nothing Was The Same - 2013
  • Views - 2016
  • More Life - 2017


  • If You're Reading this It's Too Late - 2015
  • What a Time to Be Alive featuring Future - 2015

Concert Tours


  • Away from Home Tour - 2010
  • Club Paradise Tour - 2012
  • Would You Like a Tour? - 2013-14
  • Jungle Tour - 2015
  • The Boy Meets World Tour - 2017


  • America's Most Wanted Tour (Young Money) - 2009
  • Drake vs. Lil Wayne - 2014
  • Summer Sixteen Tour (Future) - 2016


  • Charlie Bartlett - 2008
  • Mookie's Law - 2008
  • Breakaway - 2011
  • Ice Age: Continental Drift - 2012
  • Anchorman 2: The Legend of Continues
  • Think Like a Man Too - 2014
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