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Grammy® Award-winning, multi-platinum selling, recording artist Drake has announced his 41-city North American WOULD YOU LIKE A TOUR? arena tour in support of his highly anticipated upcoming album release NOTHING WAS THE SAME, due out later this year. The tour will feature Grammy® Award-winning rising R&B star Miguel.

The tour announcement comes as buzz for Drake’s new album NOTHING WAS THE SAME continues to escalate since the release of the album’s first track “Started From The Bottom.” The hit single burned up the charts landing in the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Drake has since released two more songs, “5AM in Toronto” and “Girls Love Beyonce,” directly to fans online via OctobersVeryOwn.net .

NOTHING WAS THE SAME follows the critically acclaimed and multi-platinum selling TAKE CARE (Young Money / Cash Money / Universal Republic), which earned Drake his first Grammy® Award for “Best Rap Album” and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in 2011. Drake’s full-length album debut, 2010’s THANK ME LATER, also bowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart week of release and has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. The album earned Drake multiple Grammy® nominations, including Best New Artist, Best Rap Album, and Best Rap Solo performance.

Miguel hit the mainstream in 2010 with the infectious first single ALL I WANT IS YOU from his major label debut album of the same name. The album also features "Sure Thing," which hit #1 on Billboard's Hip-Hop/R&B chart and second US #1 "Quickie." Miguel followed up on the success of his debut album with his critically-acclaimed, Grammy Award nominated, sophomore release, KALEIDOSCOPE DREAM, which features his third US #1 hit single "Adorn." In 2013 Miguel was nominated for a total of 5 Grammy Awards. He was recently the musical guest on SNL garnering rave reviews across the board and was also included as one of Time's 100 Most Influential People.

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One of music's biggest names will take to the stage in Pittsburgh following the announcement of a 2024 tour.

On Feb. 16, Grammy winner Drake will perform at PPG Paints Arena, accompanied by artist and producer J. Cole.

The “It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?” is an extension of Drake’s successful 2023 tour “It’s All A Blur,” which sold out 50 shows across the country.

The announcement comes more than a month after the release of the rapper's eighth studio album, “For All The Dogs.”

Cash App Card holders can unlock early access to tickets by using the first nine digits on their cards to access the presale starting Nov. 15 at 11 a.m.

This will be followed by the general on-sale beginning Nov. 17 starting at 11 a.m. local time on drakerelated.com .

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Drake bringing 2024 tour to Pittsburgh

By Madeline Bartos

November 13, 2023 / 3:21 PM EST / CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Drake is coming to Pittsburgh next year. 

The Grammy-award-winning rapper is coming to PPG Paints Arena with J. Cole on Feb. 16.

It's All A Blur Tour - Big As The What? follows his 2023 It's All A Blur Tour where he played 50 sold-out arena shows across North America. It comes on the heels of his eighth studio album, "For All The Dogs," released last month. 

The tour kicks off with two shows in Denver starting Jan. 18 and winds its way through North America before wrapping up in Birmingham on March 27. He'll be in Pennsylvania again for a show in State College on March 18. He'll also have two shows in Columbus on Feb. 20 and Feb. 21 and a third Ohio show in Cleveland on Feb. 24. 

On Instagram, he posted a photo announcing his tour with J. Cole, using two goat emojis and saying, "Right back at it…" 

The announcement comes a little more than a month after Drake said he'd be taking a break  to focus on his health and spend time with his son. 

There are presales leading up to the general on-sale on Friday, Nov. 17 at 11 a.m. 

Madeline is a digital web producer for KDKA. She has worked for the station since 2019.

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Drake Opens Tour Pittsburgh With Wiz Khalifa, Future, Jhene Aiko and Miguel

Drake opened up his Would You Like a Tour? dates behind his new LP Nothing was the Same in Pittsburgh, Penn. on Friday (Oct. 19) night. Drizzy didn’t do it alone. In tow were Wiz Khalifa Miguel , Future , Jhene Aiko , PARTYNEXTDOOR and — surprise! — Future.

Future threatened to sue Drake for kicking him off this our for some negative comments about the Toronto rapper that he says were taken out of context in a Billboard interview. The quote was eventually pulled from the story and Future rejoined the bill.

While Future’s face might have been a surprise to some attendee at the CONSOL Energy Center, a bigger surprise was unannounced guest and Pittsburgh native Wiz Khalifa, who joined Drake for a rendition of his Steelers anthem “Black And Yellow.” Other highlights from the show included Jhene Aiko singing her verse on Drizzy’s new track “From Time.” Check out video footage and photos in the gallery that follows.

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Drake continues his It's All a Blur Tour throughout 2024, with plenty of tickets still available for prospective concertgoers. While the 2023 leg of the It's All a Blur Tour saw Drake co-headline with rapper 21 Savage, he'll be joined by J. Cole for his shows this year. When looking for the latest on where to buy Drake tickets, there are a few avenues to score seats for his upcoming shows.

The It's All a Blur Tour kicked off its first leg throughout North America in July 2023, largely supporting Drake's 2022 album with 21 Savage, "Her Loss," and his 2023 solo album, "For All the Dogs." Serving as Drake's first domestic tour in five years, the first leg of the concert series concluded on October 23 after 50 shows across 22 cities.

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The 2024 leg of the tour begins on February 2, which will see Drake and J. Cole perform 32 shows across 18 cities in North America. Drake's 2024 concert series is titled It's All a Blur Tour – Big as the What?, which is expected to feature the rapper and J. Cole performing their hit collaborations like "First Person Shooter," "Jodeci Freestyle," and "Evil Ways." The two Grammy-winning rappers will take the final bow of their 2024 tour on April 16.

If you're looking for tickets to Drake and J. Cole's It's All a Blur – Big as the What? tour, we've got you covered. Here's our breakdown of Drake's tour schedule, purchasing details, and original and resale ticket prices. You can also browse the available tickets for sale on StubHub and Vivid Seats at your leisure.

Drake 2024 tour schedule

Drake and J. Cole kick off the tour's second leg on February 2 in Tampa, Florida. Most cities will have two performances each before the rappers head to the next location, with their 32nd and final show of the series taking place on April 16 in Denver, Colorado. All show times are listed in local time zones.

Where to buy tickets for Drake's 2024 concert tour

Original tickets for Drake's 2024 tour are available for purchase on Ticketmaster . The ticket vendor still has standard and premium tickets for sale on most concert dates, though there are no VIP packages for Drake's It's All a Blur – Big as the What? tour available on the platform. The quantity of original tickets remaining for each 2024 Drake show is limited.

You may have better luck with verified resale ticket vendors like StubHub and Vivid Seats . Ticket prices tend to be less expensive on resale platforms, though quantity and availability vary by date and location.

How much are Drake tickets?

The cost of original standard tickets for Drake's 2024 concert tour varies depending on the date, location, and demand for each show. For instance, tickets to his St. Louis, Missouri show on March 2 start at $345 on Ticketmaster , whereas the lowest price for standard tickets to the New Orleans, Louisiana performance on March 6 is only $99 before taxes and fees.

Prices are generally less expensive for Drake's tour on verified resale sites. However, like on Ticketmaster, the cheapest prices on resale platforms change depending on where and when the concert occurs.

The lowest prices for tickets to Drake and J. Cole's It's All a Blur – Big as the What? tour on StubHub range from $68 (New Orleans on March 6) to $254 (Elmont on April 5). However, the cheapest price for resale tickets generally falls in the $100–200 range. Meanwhile, prices for Drake tickets on Vivid Seats start between $66 (New Orleans on March 6) and $242 (Elmont on April 5).

Who is opening for Drake's tour?

Drake has yet to announce additional opening acts besides supporting performer J. Cole for his 2024 concert tour.

The 2023 leg of the It's All a Blur tour with 21 Savage included opening acts such as Lil Yachty, Zack Bia, Sexyy Redd, Skillibeng, and Central Cee.

Will there be international tour dates?

Drake's It's All a Blur Tour was announced as a concert series for North America. So far, Drake has yet to reveal whether he will add any international dates in areas like Europe or South America.

Drake's concert dates so far are only set in the US, as his Canada performances were included in the 2023 leg of his tour.

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Drake has a double date at PPG Paints Arena. Madonna plays her first Pittsburgh show in 11 years. Boyz II Men headline Rivers Casino and rock band Extreme, with ex-Van Halen singer Gary Cherone, are Munhall bound, in a co-headline with Living Colour.

You've got intriguing concerts to consider this February in western Pennsylvania.

From rising country star Riley Green, to jamgrass stalwarts Greensky Bluegrass, and pop-rockers Plain White T's singing "Hey There, Delilah," to Jo Koy hoping to rebound from a rough night hosting the Golden Globes, there are reasons to get off the couch and go see a show.

To help you pick some winners, here's the local concert calendar for the next month and beyond.

PPG Paints Arena

Feb. 3: Jo Koy

Feb. 5: Madonna

Feb. 16-17: Drake

March 8: Lauren Daigle; March 9: Zach Bryan; March 15: Bryan Adams; March 25: Avenged Sevenfold; March 27: Fall Out Boy; March 29: Kane Brown; April 4: Andrea Bocelli; April 27: Tim McGraw; May 2: Tom Segura; May 7: Jordan B. Peterson; May 15: NF; May 18: Greta van Fleet; May 23: Heart; June 16: Lionel Richie; June 25: AJR; Aug. 15 and 18: Bruce Springsteen; Sept. 26: Sebastian Maniscalco.

Feb. 1: Umphrey's McGee

Feb. 8: Greensky Bluegrass

Feb. 13: The Dead South

Feb. 19: Static-X and Sevendust

Feb. 21: Neck Deep

March 9: Disco Biscuits; March 16: Waterparks; March 17, KK's Priest; March 24: Mom Jeans.; March 28: 49 Winchester; April 11: JJ Grey & Mofro; April 15: Starset; April 18: Napoleon Dynamite Live; April 19: Dylan Scott; May 4: Chris Young (outdoors); May 8: Say Anything; May 10: Social Distortion and Bad Religion (outdoors); May 21: String Cheese Incident; June 5: Bleachers (outdoors); June 7: Modest Mouse; June 20: Brothers Osborne (outdoors); June 28: Oliver Anthony (outdoors); July 11: Train; July 18: O.A.R. and Fitz & The Tantrums (outdoors); July 24: Taking Back Sunday; July 29: Faye Webster.

Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall

Feb. 6: Extreme with Living Colour

Feb. 16: John Crist

Feb. 17: Nate Jackson

Feb. 27: Aimee Mann

Feb. 29: Rome & Duddy

March 1: Carbonaro; March 2: Wayne Newton; March 9: Taylor Dayne; March 10: Lewis Black; March 23: Brandy Clark & Hayes Carll; April 12: Gregorian; April 13: Dusty Slay; April 19: Jim Breuer; April 22: David Sedaris; April 27: IMOMSOHARD; April 28: Toto; March 1: Carbonaro; May 9: Marc Maron; May 10: John Hiatt; May 14: Amy Grant; June 11: Daniel O'Donnell.

Jergel's Rhythm Grille

Feb. 1: Lynch Mob

Feb. 12: John 5 & The Creatures

Feb. 15: Honkytonk Heroes

Feb. 27: Saint Asonia and Black Stone Cherry

March 20: Marshall Crenshaw; March 30: Hailey Whitters; May 12: The Alarm; May 22: Orgy and Cold; Sept. 16: Hoodoo Gurus.

Roxian Theatre

Feb. 1: Machine Head

Feb. 12: Band of Horses

Feb. 16: Ghost Hounds

Feb. 24: Destin Conrad

Feb. 27: Haken

March 1: Trombone Shorty; March 2: St. Paul & The Broken Bones; March 3: Jimbo's Drag Circus; March 7: Bryce Vine; March 8: Mammoth WVH; March 16: Blue October; March 19: Blackberry Smoke; March 20: Set It Off; March 22: Grouplove; March 23: Wheeler Walker Jr.; April 5: Drake White; April 13: Owl City; April 20: Priscilla Block; April 24: Queensrÿche; April 29: Todd Rundgren; April 30: Asking Alexandria; May 1: Saxon and Uriah Heep; May 4: Madison Beer; May 10: Jim Norton; May 12: Thievery Corporation; May 19: Tommy Emmanuel.

City Winery Pittsburgh

Feb. 1: Stephen Kellogg

Feb. 7: Johhny A

Feb. 10: Eric Roberson

Feb. 19: Ron Pope

Feb. 24: Bob Schneider

March 7-8: Josh Ritter; March 12: Paul Thorn and Steve Poltz; March 17: Will Hoge; March 26-27: Joshua Radin; April 12: Suzanne Vega; April 21: Carbon Leaf; April 25: NRBQ.

Thunderbird Cafe

Feb. 7: Caligula's Horse

Feb. 9: Plain White T's

Feb. 19: Indigo de Souza

March 8: Papadosio; March 13: Marc Broussard; March 23: Dave Hause; March 27: Sonny Landreth & The Iguanas; April 21: Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams; April 25: Ana Popovic.

Petersen Events Center

Feb. 9: Riley Green; March 19: Toby Mac; May 2: Death Cab for Cutie and Postal Service; May 3: Brandon Lake; May 19: Sleep Token; Oct. 26: Lainey Wilson.

Rivers Casino

Feb. 22: Boyz II Men

March 2: DJ Pauly D; March 22: Grand Funk Railroad.

Feb. 7: Dan Bern

Feb. 10: Brigitte Calls Me Baby

Feb. 15: Matt Pond PA.

Feb. 26: Larry & Joe.

March 12: California Guitar Trio.

Benedum Center

March 7-8: Brit Floyd; March 9: Jason Isbell; April 25: Matt Rife; May 3: The Temptations and The Four Tops.

UPMC Events Center

March 16: Donnie Iris; March 21: Leanne Morgan; April 6: Rend Collective; April 13: Brantley Gilbert; Sept. 17: Sum 41.

1st Summit Arena, Johnstown

March 14: Scotty McCreery; March 24: Breaking Benjamin; April 1: Brit Floyd; April 19: Brantley Gilbert.

Palace Theatre

March 1: Little River Band; March 6: Dwight Yoakam; March 10: Kenny Wayne Shepherd; March 16: Casting Crowns; March 22: Leanne Morgan; April 5: John Oates; April 7: Buddy Guy; April 10: Yachtly Crew; May 22: Cahal Dunne; May 28: Joe Jackson; June 7: Air Supply; July 28: Bowling for Soup; Sept. 6: Oak Ridge Boys.

April 29: Bonnie Raitt; June 24-25: Laufey with the Pittsburgh Symphony (second night sold out); July 10: Cody Fry.

Byham Theater

March 27: Herbie Hancock; March 30: Margaret Cho; April 16: KT Tunstall and Shawn Colvin; April 21: Jimmy Carr; April 28: Hasan Minhaj; May 1: Joanne Shaw Taylor; July 13: Brad Williams.

Mr. Smalls Theatre

March 2: Blonde Redhead; March 16: Beach Weather; April 13: Real Estate; April 27: The Gotobeds; May 16: In Flames; May 28: X Ambassadors.

Pavilion at Star Lake

May 29: Noah Kahan; June 19: New Kids on The Block; June 29: Hootie & The Blowfish; June 30: Tyler Childers; July 2: Red Hot Chili Peppers; July 9: Third Eye Blind; July 12: Chris Stapleton; July 29: Hozier; July 31: Foreigner and Styx. Aug. 3: Creed; Aug. 10: Jason Aldean; Aug. 16: Kidz Bop; Aug. 20: Doobie Brothers; Sept. 3: Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie.

Acrisure Stadium

June 1: Kenny Chesney with Zac Brown Band.

July 27: Def Leppard, Journey, Steve Miller Band; Sept. 1: Green Day and Smashing Pumpkins.

MCG Jazz Concert Hall

Feb. 3: Kaki King;

Feb. 24: Blue Note Quintet

March 9: Veronica Swift; March 23:  Jazzmeia Horn; April 6: Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra celebrates Duke Ellington at 125; April 27: Take 6; May 11: Kim and Kayla Waters.

Spirit Hall

March 5: Laura Jane Grace; March 14: Otoboke Beaver.

Preserving Underground

Feb. 14: Veil of Maya.

March 9: Punchline

Hard Rock Cafe, Pittsburgh

Feb. 28: Selwyn Birchwood, Hard Rock Cafe, Pittsburgh; March 9: Adelitas Way.

April 27: Judas Priest, Covelli Centre, Youngstown; May 20: Matthew Morrison, Greer Cabaret Theater; Aug. 26: Waxahatchee, Carnegie Music Hall of Oakland.

Scott Tady is entertainment editor at The Times and easy to reach at [email protected].

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Drake Announces ‘It’s All a Blur — Big as the What?’ 2024 Tour With J. Cole

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Just weeks after concluding his blockbuster ‘It’s All a Blur’ arena tour , Drake  has announced dates for his 2024 U.S. ‘It’s All A Blur Tour – Big As The What?’ tour with J. Cole , presented by Cash App and Visa.

J. Cole will be joining Drake across many of the dates on the 2024 run. Produced by Live Nation, Drake and J. Cole will kick off the arena run with back-to-back shows in Denver at Ball Arena on Thursday, January 18 and Friday, January 19, before making additional stops in Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Nashville, St. Louis, Columbus, Memphis, and more; wrapping up on Wednesday, March 27 in Birmingham at BJCC’s own Legacy Arena.

Tickets will be available starting with a Cash App Card presale beginning Wednesday, November 15, followed by the general onsale beginning Friday, November 17 starting at 11am local time . Resale tickets are also available on Stubhub , Vivid Seats , Seatgeek and Ticketmaster .

DRAKE ‘IT’S ALL A BLUR TOUR – BIG AS THE WHAT?’ 2024 TOUR DATES:

Thu Jan 18 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena +

Fri Jan 19 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena

Mon Jan 22 – San Antonio, TX – Frost Bank Center

Thu Jan 25 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center

Mon Jan 29 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center +

Tue Jan 30 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

Fri Feb 02 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena

Wed Feb 07 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena +

Thu Feb 08 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena +

Mon Feb 12 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center

Fri Feb 16 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena

Tue Feb 20 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center +

Wed Feb 21 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center

Sat Feb 24 – Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

Tue Feb 27 – Buffalo, NY – KeyBank Center

Sat Mar 02 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center

Tue Mar 05 – Memphis, TN – FedExForum

Sun Mar 10 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena

Thu Mar 14 – Belmont Park, NY – UBS Arena ~

Sat Mar 23 – Sunrise, FL – Amerant Bank Arena ~

Wed Mar 27 – Birmingham, AL – The Legacy Arena at BJCC ~

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My son is Drake biggest fan and I would love to buy him tickets to Drake concert! I would love to see him shake Drake hand. He watch all of Drake documentary, interviews and reads all of his commentaries. This playlist is all Drake and the artist he signed. He even make me sit down and watch Drake life stories. He has all of his family, friends and girlfriend listening to Drake! He ware Drake clothing line “OVO” and has his family and friends wearing OVO too! Drake to your biggest fan ever Keldrick Mumphrey he a great young man and a wonderful son! Love mom

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Tickets were very expensive. This was one of the most I have ever paid for a concert ticket, need to make it affordable for his fans. His stage presence was brilliant and loved how much he relates himself to the UK and a personal bond with Birmingham. He did lots of his lesser successful songs which was disappointing, songs like crew love which lots of his fans LOVE came on for 10 seconds then he switched into another one. Just felt it lacked real good performances of his better known and his best songs.

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Drake puts on a great show, honestly a great performer who is very talented.

However, if you’re really going to tour with migos, and they don’t show up to do their opening set, there really should be some kind of refund. I came to the show expecting to see migos and then drake and then when migos didn’t show up I went into Drakes set disappointed about missing migos. Sure two of them came out and did 2 songs but really not enough. Instead of touring with these unreliable guys, tour by yourself, I would have no problem paying exactly what I paid for just Drake.

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Drake show in State College was rescheduled. Here’s how to get tickets to the March 2024 show.

  • Updated: Feb. 01, 2024, 11:15 a.m. |
  • Published: Feb. 01, 2024, 11:14 a.m.

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Drake's concert scheduled for March 18 at the Bryce Jordan Center in State College has been moved to March 31, 2024. He also will appear in Pittsburgh with J. Cole Feb. 16 and 17, 2024. (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP, File) Jonathan Short/Invision/AP

Drake’s show in State College was originally scheduled for March 18 and now is being held on March 31, 2024.

The rapper’s “It’s All a Blur Tour - Big as the What?” will start at 8 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, at Bryce Jordan Center.

People reported in January that a number of shows on the tour had been rescheduled with no announcements from the artist.

Drake will appear with J. Cole Feb. 16 and 17 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

Drake is nominated for three 2024 Grammy Awards - Best Rap Album for “Her Loss;” Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song for “Rick Flex” and Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Spin Bout U.” Drake has won five Grammys.

The 66th annual Grammy Awards will air at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4, 2024, on CBS. Fans can watch CBS without cable on these streaming services - fuboTV (free trial), DirecTV Stream (free trial) and Paramount+ (free trial).

If you want to attend the February and March concerts, here’s where to get tickets (prices are as of the time of this post):

Feb. 16-19 in Pittsburgh

  • Stubhub, ticket prices start at $184
  • Vivid Seats, ticket prices start at $182
  • SeatGeek, ticket prices start at $182

March 31 in State College

  • Stubhub, prices start at $144
  • Vivid Seats, prices start at $153
  • SeatGeek, prices start at $148

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Drake and J. Cole are keeping their collaborative hot streak going into the new year. Beginning in January, the two rappers will split the bill on the 2024 It’s All a Blur – Big as the What? tour. Drake is currently scheduled for 32 shows together, including several two-night stands in many cities, with J. Cole performing at most of them.

The tour will begin on Jan. 18 with back-to-back nights at Denver’s Ball Arena. Drake and J. Cole will make additional stops in San Antonio, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Tampa, Nashville, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Cleveland, Buffalo, Lexington, and more. J. Cole will not perform at the final four shows of the tour, scheduled in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Alabama.

The newly announced dates mark an extension of the 50-date It’s All a Blur tour Drake completed this summer with 21 Savage. During the Montreal stop in July, J. Cole joined Drake on stage in place of 21 Savage. And before the run of shows kicked off earlier this year, Drake served as a special guest at the 2023 iteration of J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival in April.

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Nine Best Moments From Drake & J. Cole’s It’s All a Blur – Big as the What? Tour Opening Night in Tampa

Drake and J. Cole kicked off their dream tour with swagger Friday night (Feb. 2) in Tampa, Fla.

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Drake was contemplative Friday night (Feb. 2) before kicking off his It’s All A Blur – Big as the What? Tour with J. Cole. 

At 7 p.m., he fired off an Instagram post alerting concertgoers in Tampa, Fla., that the doors for the Amalie Arena had finally opened. Quoting Kurupt as inspiration, Drake’s caption discussed the rigorous, competitive battles in rap and what’s lost amid that tireless pursuit of greatness. “As long as there’s competition, there will never be peace. Everyone wants to be the one,” read the quote.

For the opening night of Big as the What? Tour, Drake, and Cole inched closer to rap immortality after producing a monstrous 50-plus song setlist that left the 17,000 fans in attendance stunned.

The rap tandem threw everything but the kitchen sink as they seamlessly connected on their signature hits. With Drake leading the way with his arsenal of chart-toppers, nothing was left to chance, especially when he and Cole joined forces at the tail end of the concert. Though the lovefest between the two MCs was admirable, it didn’t change their trigger-happy moods, as they targeted their hapless peers with vigor and veracity. “I don’t like to win by five, I like to win by 45,” spewed Drake.

Embodying the spirit of first-ballot Hall of Famers, Drake and Cole’s shoot-first, ask-later mentality on their Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “First Person Shooter” proved not to be trash talk but a guarantee of what happens when two blockbuster talents with Super Bowl hype share the same stage together.

Below are  Billboard’s  nine best moments from the opening night of Drake and J. Cole’s It’s All A Blur – Big as the What? Tour. 

College Gameday Vibes

Tampa’s Amalie Arena mirrored a college homecoming atmosphere courtesy of the special touches made by the OVO commander. He brought in a marching band to kick off the concert and later, cheerleaders who danced along to various records, giving the football-designed set a collegiate feel.

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith Joins The Madness

With the tour theme centering around the relationship between rap and sports, Drizzy invited ESPN  First Take  host Stephen A. Smith to analyze Drake and Cole’s string of lyrical performances. Of course, Smith was demonstrative as usual, hurling insults at both men as if he were shooting a live episode of his own debate show. Social media star BenDaDonn — who previously made skits with Drake on Instagram — joined in on the fun, playing the role of a reporter, giving play-by-play moments, one that included announcing the start of J. Cole’s set. 

Young Drake Enjoys His Comeback Season

On the first It’s All A Blur Tour, Drake started his show with an actor playing his younger self while reading him the lyrics to “Look What Have You Done.” This time, his younger self was at a pseudo locker room where Drake later met him. The two shook hands during “Virginia Beach,” which ultimately kicked off the performance this time.

Drake Strives For Perfection

If there’s one thing about Drake, he never repeats the same mistake twice. The complaint often heard from the first It’s All A Blur Tour was his vocal miscues on certain records. Tonight, out the gate, Drake went straight into his R&B bag and quashed doubts about his vocal capabilities, performing “Virginia Beach,” “Marvin’s Room,” “Teenage Fever,” “Feel No Ways,” and “Jungle.” While it’s important to note that Drake is a rapper first, his efforts to improve vocally are appreciated because someone of his stature can easily skirt through those issues by not caring or being lackluster.

When Rap & Sports Collide

Throughout the night, Drake and Cole discussed how rap and sports are analogous because of the competitive nature often found between the two and why they approach the genre like bloodthirsty lions.

“The rap game is a tough thing to be a part of,” said Drake. “It’s kind of like sports. “You do your best to make people happy. You do your best to compete. You do your best to put food on your family’s table. A lot of people that aren’t in the game love to sit around and talk about the game. They love to shit on us, take us down, but this show, is really isn’t about me. It isn’t really about Cole. This show is about each and every one of y’all.”

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Travis Scott Showed Up, Well Sort Of...

During Drake’s three-song run, where he performed “MELTDOWN” and “SICKO MODE,” a huge statue of Travis Scott’s head floated its way onto the stage. Considering its ability to shoot lasers from Scott’s eyes mid-performance, this prop was the coolest one of the night. Other props included a giant floating bra, a replica of Drake’s Air Drake plane, and his colossal statue of the late Virgil Abloh, which appeared on the last tour. 

Drake has a huge head of Travis Scott floating during Sicko Mode pic.twitter.com/BwwimYCLqn — Carl Anthony Lamarre (@TheRealCL24) February 3, 2024

Drake's Altruism

One of the key highlights from Drake’s last tour was his gift-giving ways . From gifting purses to thousands of dollars to fans, he carried on the tradition by giving two lucky attendees $10,000 each after they revealed they worked dozens of overtime hours to attend tonight’s show. 

Cole Gives an Update on  The Fall Off,  Recites "The Secret Recipe" Acapella

After a torrid 2023 features run, J. Cole updated fans Friday night that he was close to finishing his long-awaited album,  The Fall Off . “Right now, I’m at the tail-end of working on this album I’ve been working on for a long time,” teased Cole. “It’s called  The Fall Off.”

Following the crowd’s eruption, he asked if they loved rap, and recited his smoldering verse from Lil Yachty’s “The Secret Recipe.” Drake added gasoline to the fire when he tantalized fans further admitting to have heard Cole’s upcoming album before dubbing it “a classic.” 

J. Cole says the fall off is almost done and spits “The Secret Recipe” acapella #itsallablurtour pic.twitter.com/baQzchNbmU — Carl Anthony Lamarre (@TheRealCL24) February 3, 2024

Flower Giving Moments

Since hip-hop is currently a bloodsport, where beef and turmoil are second to none, seeing Drake and Cole, two of the genre’s most prominent rappers of this generation, show each other love was noteworthy. Early in their careers, rap fans pitted the two against each other, hoping a lyrical feud would lead to a seismic battle for the throne. Fortunately, neither fell for the bait and remained brotherly throughout their journeys. Often, Cole called Drake “The Goat” during his performance, and the 6 God returned the love, thanking him profusely for joining his tour.

After Cole concluded his set, he and Drake hugged on stage and ruminated about how they had plotted to make this tour happen for years. “Thank you to my brother for something we spoke about for a long time come true. I appreciate sharing the stage with you every time,” said Drake.

That moment later sparked a “Remember the Verse” challenge, which tested their memory during a performance of “In the Morning,” before pivoting to “First Person Shooter.”

Drake x Cole – “First Person Shooter” #itsallablurtour pic.twitter.com/hgdj75CGnk — Carl Anthony Lamarre (@TheRealCL24) February 3, 2024

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