Drake’s 2023 Tour: How much has Drake earned from concerts?

DRAKE IS COMING. The rapper has announced the 28-date It’s All a Blur tour with 21 Savage, his first stretch of shows in North America since the “Aubrey & the Three Migos” tour hit arenas in 2018.

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The It’s All a Blur tour will kick off in New Orleans, Louisiana on June 16 and extend through Sept. 5 with a final show in Glendale, Arizona. Drake will make stops in Nashville, Houston, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, New York, Brooklyn, Montreal, Inglewood, Los Angeles, Vancouver, and more.

General sale for the tour begins Friday, March 17 at 10 a.m. local time via Drake Related. Cash App Card customers can access an exclusive presale beginning Wednesday, March 15 at 12 p.m. local time through Thursday, 10 p.m. local time by “using the first nine digits of their Cash App Card to access the presale and then completing the purchase using their Cash App Card,” the company announced.

The tour announcement follows the reveal of J.Cole’s 2023 Dreamville Festival lineup, which features Drake as a headliner. Since his last tour, Drake has released two mixtapes – Care Package and Dark Lane Demo Tapes – and three studio albums, including 2021’s Certified Lover Boy, the 21 Savage-assisted Her Loss, and his dance music opus Honestly, Nevermind.

Drake’s ‘IT’S ALL A BLUR’ Tour 2023: Dates, and location:

Jul 01, Saturday-Atlanta, GA-State Farm Arena

Jul 02, Sunday-Atlanta, GA-State Farm Arena

Jul 05, Wednesday-Chicago, IL- United Center

Jul 06, Thursday-Chicago, IL-United Center Jul 08, Saturday- Detroit, MI-Little Caesars Arena

Jul 11, Tuesday- Boston, MA- TD Garden Jul 12, Wednesday-Boston, MA – TD Garden

A winning combination

Jul 14, Friday-Montreal, QC-Bell Centre

Jul 17, Monday-Brooklyn, NY-Barclays Center

Jul 18, Tuesday-Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Jul 25, Tuesday-New York, NY-Madison Square Garden

Jul 26, Wednesday – New York, NY-Madison Square Garden

Jul 28, Friday- Washington, DC-Capital One Arena

Jul 31, Monday- Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Aug 12, Saturday- Inglewood, CA-Kia Forum

Aug 13, Sunday-Inglewood, CA-Kia Forum

Aug 18, Friday-San Francisco, CA – Chase Center

Aug 21, Monday-Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Aug 22, Tuesday-Los Angeles, CA-Crypto.com Arena

Aug 25, Friday-Seattle, WA -Climate Pledge Arena

Aug 28, Monday-Vancouver, BC-Rogers Arena

Sep 01, Friday-Las Vegas, NV-T-Mobile Arena

Sep 05, Tuesday-Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena

How much money Drake makes from his tours?

Toronto-born rapper and singer, Drake, is known for his hit songs and chart-topping albums. But in addition to his musical success, he also earns a significant amount of money from his tours. In fact, Drake’s tours have consistently ranked among the highest-grossing tours in the music industry.

According to recent reports, Drake’s tours have earned him over $500 million in total revenue. This is a staggering amount, especially considering that most of this money comes from ticket sales and merchandise.

Drake’s most recent tour, the “Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour,” which took place in 2018, was one of the highest-grossing tours of the year, earning over $79 million in ticket sales alone. The tour featured special guests Migos, and included stops in over 50 cities across North America.

In addition to ticket sales, Drake also earns a significant amount of money from merchandise sales during his tours. Fans of the rapper can purchase a range of merchandise, from t-shirts to hats, and even custom-designed sneakers.

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It’s worth noting that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the music industry, with many tours and concerts being postponed or cancelled. Drake’s most recent tour, the “Certified Lover Boy Tour,” which was originally scheduled to take place in 2021, has been postponed until 2022 due to the pandemic.

Despite this setback, there’s no doubt that Drake will continue to earn a significant amount of money from his tours in the years to come. With his massive fan base and continued success in the music industry, it’s clear that Drake is one of the most profitable touring artists around.