Drake 2016 – 2017 Tour Dates
Hip-Hop Rapper DRAKE Hits The Road on his 2017 Boy Meets World Tour :
It’s definitely going to be a very busy summer for rap and hip-hop star DRAKE, when he steps out onto his 2016 summer tour. This summer, from about the third week in July, through to the middle of September, Drake and Future will be on the road on their North American concert tour which is being called the Summer Sixteen Tour. Drake has many hit songs and his live performances are usually very good. Some of his better known tracks are Marvin’s Room, Worst Behavior, Hold On We’re Going Home, Lord Knows, All Me, Too Much, along with many others. Below you can find the music videos for some of these songs. Drake and Future actually did an album together too, named What A Time To Be Alive. The album has 10+ tracks and can be heard below.
Drake actually has a new album coming out very shortly, Views From The 6 or now known as VIEWS, is the title and supposedly it has 20 new songs from the rap star. We’ve heard a few tracks and it’s all great, typical Drake, which fans should welcome with open arms. If you’re a fan, pick up his latest album and go see him and Future on one of their 2016 concerts!
Scroll down for the latest DRAKE Tour Dates, links to look for tickets, and some cool videos to watch & listen to.
DRAKE Tour Dates and Concert Tickets
2016 – 2017 DRAKE and Future Tour Schedule and Show Dates
- 2/2 at O2 Arena in London, UK
- 2/25 at Konig Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen, Germany
- 3/10 at Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany
- 3/16 at Lanxess Arena in Köln, Germany
Check back often, you never know if Drake will end up adding more dates to his already busy tour schedule.
DRAKE’s Latest Album VIEWS Tracklist direct from DRAKE’s (DRIZZY) Tweet
— Drizzy (@Drake) April 27, 2016
MUSIC VIDEO – DRAKE – Summer Sixteen
MUSIC VIDEO – DRAKE and Future – What A Time To Be Alive (11 Tracks)
MUSIC VIDEO – Drake – Marvin’s Room (Official Video)
MUSIC VIDEO – Drake – Worst Behavior
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Written by Craig Scott