Update: Drake & 21 Savage Fans Call Out Rappers Over Ticket Prices For Upcoming Tour: ‘I Didn’t Even Pay This To See Beyonce’

Drake, 21 Savage

Update: Drake & 21 Savage Fans Call Out Rappers Over Ticket Prices For Upcoming Tour: ‘I Didn’t Even Pay This To See Beyonce’


Update: (Mar. 14, 2023): Fans of Drake and 21 Savage are feeling a little bit “finessed” over the ticket prices for their upcoming tour.

If you’re a fan of the rappers’ 2022 collab album “Her Loss” then you’re probably aware that the tickets for Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur’ tour went on pre-sale today (Mar. 15). As previously reported, 21 Savage will be joining the Canadian native for the 29-date arena run that’s set to kick off on June 16th in New Orleans.

Despite the hype that initially surrounded the tour announcement, music lovers lucky enough to access pre-sale tickets have taken to Twitter to let the world know they aren’t feeling so lucky after seeing just how much seats are going for. According to fans, tickets in the 100-level seats in certain cities are starting around $400 and $500, while seats higher up (aka the “nosebleeds” ) are starting at almost $200.

One Twitter user wrote:

“$200+ for nosebleed drake tickets is criminal…. TICKETMASTER YOU WILL CRUMBLE”

Another weighed in and said:

“Drake smoking d*ck with these ticket prices”

Someone else added:

“Drake ticket prices are wild for the Atlanta show. I didn’t even pay this to see Beyonce”

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Original story: (Mar. 13, 2023): We know you put money aside for Beyonce tickets, but we hope you saved a few coins to see Drake live as well!

Earlier today (Mar. 13) Drake announced to his 133 million Instagram followers that he’s going on tour this year! In the short video clip promoting the ‘It’s All A Blur’ tour, a montage of Drake over the years shows off his growth since he first stepped into the music industry. In the caption of the video, Drake shared that his “Her Loss” collaborator 21 Savage will be joining him on tour.

If you’re a true Drake fan, you probably know that this will mark the “Headlines” rapper’s first tour in 5 years. The last time the world got to see the Canadian native in a tour setting was for the 2018 “Aubrey & the Three Migos” tour. Since then, Drake has reportedly released four albums, with his latest projects “Honestly, Nevermind,” and “Her Loss” both dropping last year.

Offset, Quavo, Takeoff circa 2016

Drake and 21 Savage will be going on a 29-date arena run, with the fun kicking off on June 16th in New Orleans. After making stops in other major cities – including Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, and Los Angeles – the tour is scheduled to wrap on September 5th in Glendale, AZ.

21 Savage, Drake

According to reports, tickets will go on sale this Friday (March 17) via Drake’s official website.

Are you getting tickets for Drake’s tour? Who do you think he’ll bring out as a surprise guest? Tell us in the comments below! 

Authored by: Twila-Amoure McDaniel