Hip hop superstars Drake & Future announced their Summer Sixteen 2016 tour plans last month, with Roy Woods and DVSN on board as the opening acts. After strong ticket sales, they've added a bunch more concerts.
Just this week, the tour has been extended to run from July to mid-October, with more dates added in Drake's homeland of Canada. The new additions are in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, Denver, San Jose, Philadelphia, Newark, and Des Moines.
Last year, Drake and Future did a collaborative album called What A Time To Be Alive and did a limited run of Jungle tour dates together. Drake's highly anticipated album, Views, was released on April 29 and featured Future on the song "Grammys."
Drake All Tour Dates and Tickets
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When do Drake & Future 2016 Tour Tickets go on sale?
Tickets are already on sale for the previously announced concerts. For the newly announced dates, tickets go on sale to the public as early as Thursday, May 26. The first presales begin on Monday, May 23, for VIP tickets, which don't require any code or password.
There are also American Express presales, which will accept INGOLD as the code, but you'll probably need an AmEx card to complete your purchase. The Live Nation presale offer code is FRONTROW and the LN Mobile App password is COVERT.
We'll be updating this page as we learn more about the tour, and we also recommend following Drake & Future on their social media accounts, in addition to checking your local venue's email newsletter and social media, to get the most up-to-date information.
Keep in mind, the presale ticket allotment is a relatively small percentage of the overall tickets available for each concert and may be restricted to areas with below average sound quality and views of the stage. Each date can be different and details are subject to change. Check the links above for links to buy tickets directly from Ticketmaster, AXS, and independent venues.