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It’s All a Blur: How to Get Tickets to Drake & J. Cole’s Tour Online

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Presale tickets for Drake and J. Cole’s joint tour went on sale on Wednesday (Nov. 15). The duo will be hitting the road for It’s All a Blur — Big as the What?, the second installment of Drake’s sold-out tour which launched earlier this year.

Produced by Live Nation and presented by Cash App, the tour kicks off at the top of next year with back-to-back concerts at Denver’s Ball Arena on Jan. 18, 2024.

The 24-date tour will stop in Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Nashville, St. Louis, Columbus, Memphis and other cities before wrapping up at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Ala., on March 27, 2024.

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Tickets will become available on Wednesday starting with a The Cash App Card presale. General onsale starts on Friday (Nov. 17) at 11am local time. Presale tickets are available at Ticketmaster.

If you miss the chance to get presale and general onsale tickets, don’t worry: You can still get tickets online without spending a small fortune. From what we’ve found, resell tickets are priced at around $130 and up for the cheapest seats. The more expensive seats are priced at more than $1,400 for select dates.

Resale tickets are priced at $131 and up via StubHub and $260 at Vivid Seats. You can also find resell passes online at SeatGeek for $123 (save $10 off purchase of $250+ with code: BILLBOARD10. Valid on first purchase only).

Drake’s posted about the tour on earlier this week. “Right back at it,” he captioned the post along with two goat emojis.

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 opened in Chicago in July after being postponed for about a week. The jaunt made stop in Memphis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, New York, Washington D.C., Columbus, Ohio, Las Vegas, Denver, Atlanta, Miami, Houston and Nashville before wrapping in the 37-year-old rapper’s hometown of Toronto on Oct. 7.

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