Drake and Future are currently out on the road co-headlining their massive North American summer tour.
The two rappers have recently added several new dates to their already extensive Summer Sixteen Tour, which they kicked off back in July. The demand for all stops remains high, and has been steadily rising across the secondary market. Tickets to see Drake are on sale now, and they are currently averaging $283 according to data provided by Razorgator.
Crossing the country with stops in cities such as Boston, Miami, and New Orleans, Drake and Future will be wrapping up their joint tour dates in mid-October. Other stops include two nights at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC on August 19 and 20. Tickets for both of these performances are currently averaging $284, with the cheapest ticket available for $84. On August 25 and 26, they will head to Atlanta, Georgia for another two-night event at Philips Arena. Tickets for these shows are averaging $327, with the lowest get-in price found at $123.
Drake and Future will head to the West Coast for three shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on September 7, 9 and 10. Tickets for the Staples Center performances are averaging $355, with the cheapest ticket available for $108.
The rappers are scheduled to wrap up their tour on October 15 and 16 in Newark, New Jersey at the Prudential Center with another two-night appearance. Here, tickets are averaging $234 and the cheapest is available for $66 on October 16. Parking at the Prudential Center can be secured easily through ParkWhiz.com for fans looking to save money on their travel to the venue.
Drake is out on the road on the Summer Sixteen Tour in support of his 2016 studio record, Views, which was released back in April. This album serves as the follow-up to last year’s release, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.
This will not be the first time Drake and Future have teamed up. The duo were last seen together in 2015 on the short trek of Drake's Jungle Tour and Future was also on Drake's 2013-2014 tour, aptly titled Would You like a Tour? This time around, the team will be bringing Roy Woods and DVSN out on the road with them as their opening acts.
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