Drake and Future are teaming up this summer for their Summer Sixteen Tour, which is scheduled to span 56 dates in North America with stops in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Boston, Nashville, and Toronto. Tickets to see the duo Drake and Future on tour this summer are currently on sale now, with many shows already sold out on the primary ticket market.
The Summer Sixteen Tour will kick off on July 20 in Austin, Texas, and run through the summer into mid October, wrapping up in Newark, New Jersey. Among the stops, Drake will be hosting the seventh year of his annual OVO Fest at the Air Canada Centre. According to the data provided by TiqIQ, the price of tickets to see Drake and Future are steadily rising in demand on the secondary market and are currently averaging $350.
The stops on their three months of scheduled tour dates include Dallas, Texas at the American Airlines Arena on July 21, where tickets are averaging $449, and the cheapest ticket is coming in at $115. On August 19, they will hit the Verizon Center in Washington DC, where tickets are currently averaging $341, and the lowest get-in rate is $130. Parking in Washington DC, as well as other stops across the tour, can be found easily and secured ahead of time through Parkwhiz.com.
Drake and Future also have two shows in Vancouver on September 17 and 18 at the Rogers Arena. Tickets for both of these shows are currently averaging $343 and the lowest get-in rate comes in at $120. These shows were originally announced as the final dates of the tour, before an announcement was made a couple weeks ago that the tour schedule would go on for another month with many more Canadian shows added.
The tour name stems from a single that comes off of Drake’s most recent studio album, Views, which was released back in April. The album serves as the follow up for his 2015 mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, and collaborative album with Future, What A Time To Be Alive.
This is not the first time Drake and Future have gone out on the road together. In 2013, they appeared with each other on their short run of Would You Like a Tour? dates. Roy Woods and DVSN are on board as the opening acts, and we expect there will also be a number of additional special guests that will join Drake and Future out on the road this summer.
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