How to Get Tickets to Drake’s Tour Online – Billboard

August 31, 2023 - News

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A homecoming for Drake. The Canadian rapper will take the stage at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Wednesday night (Aug. 30) for the second of two shows in the city.

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If you missed the chance to get free tickets, don’t worry: You can still get tickets online without spending a small fortune. From what we’ve found online, Drake’s tour tickets are priced at $260 and up for the cheapest seats. The more expensive seats can cost you as much as $800 to more than $1,000.

Resale tickets for tonight’s show are priced at $262 and up via StubHub and $260 at Vivid Seats. You can also find passes online via Ticketmaster and SeatGeek.

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Drake’s Vancouver concerts were initially scheduled to launch on Monday. “We back on my side now,” he posted on Instagram earlier in the week.

Unfortunately, the concert was postponed at the last minute, due to “unforeseen circumstances” at Rogers Arena.

“Drake was ready and excited to perform. He is looking forward to seeing everyone on Tuesday and Wednesday. Rogers Arena apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause,” the venue said in a statement.

The Toronto native performed in Montreal in July and will make another stop in Canada, this time in his hometown, for back-to-back concerts at Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 6 and 7.

Drake and 21 Savage announced their 28-date, joint tour in March. The duo added another 12 dates to the schedule in April.

The It’s All a Blur tour, which was postponed for about a week before kicking off in Chicago on July 5 and scrapping a show in Memphis, has made stops in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, New York, Washington D.C. and Columbus, Ohio. The trek heads to Las Vegas on Sept. 1-2, Glendale, Ariz. on Sept. 5-6, and Denver on Sept. 8.

Other tour stops include Atlanta, Miami, Houston and Nashville.

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