Drake Announces 2024 'It’s All a Blur Tour – Big As The What?' With J. Cole!
Drake is headed back on the road next year, joined this time by Grammy Award-winning artist, producer, and founder of Dreamville Records, J. Cole!
The 2024It’s All a Blur Tour – Big As The What? is stopping in cities such as Tampa, New Orleans, Kansas City, and San Antonio. The tour kicks off with back-to-back shows on January 18 and 19 in Denver at the Ball Arena.
This exciting news follows Drake’s successful 2023 It’s All a Blur Tourthat concluded in October. Drake performed for 50 sold-out shows across North America with several shows featuring appearances from21 Savage, who he worked with to create their collaborative studio album Her Loss in 2022. Both Drake and 21 Savage joined Cole back in 2021 for his tour The Off-Season. Following Drake’s appearance on Cole’s tour at a show in Miami, he showed his appreciation for the rapper onstage: “I just want you to understand something. You are genuinely, without a doubt, one of the greatest rappers to ever touch a mic.”
Drake and Cole’s friendship dates back many years, starting with their earliest collaborations in 2010 with hit single “In the Morning” and 2013 “Jodeci Freestyle”.
The pair recently reunited in October to perform “First Person Shooter”, a single featured on Drake’s newest album, For All the Dogs. The song hit No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Drake’s 13th No.1 hit (tying with Michael Jackson for most No.1s from a solo male artist!) and Cole’s first-ever chart-topper!
Cole reacted to the song scoring the first No.1 of his career on Lil Yachty’s podcast “A Safe Place Podcast”: “It went No. 1, but if it went No. 2, I wouldn’t have felt no way. If the other song would’ve went No. 1, it’s like, ‘Bruh, I’m cool.’ I almost feel better not having my first No. 1 be off a Drake alley-oop,’” Cole said. “I love Drake and I love that I’m a part of that moment with him, with Michael Jackson.”
To find a show in a city near you, here are the dates for the It’s All a Blur – Big As The What? 2024 Tour:
Jan. 18 – Denver, CO, Ball Arena
Jan. 19 – Denver, CO, Ball Arena
Jan. 22 – San Antonio, TX, Frost Bank Center
Jan. 23 – San Antonio, TX, Frost Bank Center
Jan. 25 – Oklahoma City, OK, Paycom Center
Jan. 26 – Oklahoma City, OK, Paycom Center
Jan. 29 – New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center
Jan. 30 – New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center
Feb. 2 – Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
Feb. 4 – Tampa, FL, Amalie Arena
Feb. 7 – Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
Feb. 8 – Nashville, TN, Bridgestone Arena
Feb. 12 – St. Louis, MO, Enterprise Center
Feb. 13 – St. Louis, MO, Enterprise Center
Feb. 16 – Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena
Feb. 17 – Pittsburgh, PA, PPG Paints Arena
Feb. 20 – Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
Feb. 21 – Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
Feb. 24 – Cleveland, OH, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Feb. 25 – Cleveland, OH, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Feb. 27 – Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center
Feb. 28 – Buffalo, NY, KeyBank Center
March 2 – Kansas City, MO, T-Mobile Center
March 3 – Kansas City, MO, T-Mobile Center
March 5 – Memphis, TN, FedExForum
March 10 – Lexington, KY, Rupp Arena
March 14 – Belmont Park, NY, UBS Arena
March 15 – Belmont Park, NY, UBS Arena
March 18 – State College, PA, Bryce Jordan Center
March 23 – Sunrise, FL, Amerant Bank Arena
March 24 – Sunrise, FL, Amerant Bank Arena
March 27 – Birmingham, AL, The Legacy Arena at BJCC
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