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Drake Announces 2023 It’s All A Blur Tour With 21 Savage

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Tickets Available Starting Wednesday, March 15

General onsale begins friday, march 17 on  drakerelated.com . .

Today, four time Grammy-award winning and multi-platinum selling artist  Drake  announced his long awaited return to the stage with the 2023  ‘It’s All A Blur’ Tour  presented by Cash App, Visa and Sprite. Produced by Live Nation, Drake and 21 Savage will be going on a 29-date arena run with stops including Chicago, Boston, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping up in Glendale, AZ at Desert Diamond Arena on Tuesday, September 5.

‘It’s All A Blur’ marks Drake’s return to touring since headlining Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour in 2018. The title, a celebration of the last decade,  sums up Drake’s sentiment of the unprecedented run as he gets ready to hit the road. In the last five years, Drake has released four albums, including his most recent studio album Her Loss in collaboration with 21 Savage, which reached number one on the Billboard’s 200 chart and had all 16 songs debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 list.

TICKETS:   Tickets will be available starting with Cash App Card and Sprite presales (details below) beginning Wednesday, March 15. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, March 17 starting at 12pm local time on  drakerelated.com . Onsale start times vary by market, check your local listings for more information.

CASH APP CARD PRESALE:  For all US shows, the first tickets to the ‘It’s All A Blur’ Tour will be available for Cash App Card customers via an exclusive ticket presale presented by Cash App and Visa. 

  • Beginning Wednesday, March 15 starting at 12pm local time through Thursday, March 16 at 10pm local time, Cash App Card holders can unlock the earliest access to ‘It’s All A Blur’ tickets by using the first 9 digits of their Cash App Card to access the presale and then completing the purchase using their Cash App Card.
  • Presale start times vary by market, check your local listings at  drakerelated.com  for more information. For more information on the Cash App Card presale, please visit  cash.app/drake-presale . 

SPRITE PRESALE:  Sprite is the official beverage sponsor for the ‘It’s All A Blur Tour,’ his first in North America since 2018. This marks a natural progression of their partnership since Sprite executed his first worldwide brand deal in 2010. Fans can look for updates on Sprite.com and sign up for Sprite emails to gain access to Drake’s presale experience.

  • The Sprite presale will take place on Thursday, March 16 starting at 12pm local time until 10pm local time. Presale start times vary by market, check your local listings at  drakerelated.com  for more information.

DRAKE: ‘IT’S ALL A BLUR’ 2023 TOUR DATES: 

Fri Jun 16 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

Mon Jun 19 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

Wed Jun 21 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center

Sat Jun 24 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center

Wed Jun 28 – Miami, FL – Miami-Dade Arena

Sat Jul 01 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Sun Jul 02 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Wed Jul 05 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Thu Jul 06 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Sat Jul 08 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

Tue Jul 11 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Wed Jul 12 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Fri Jul 14 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

Mon Jul 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Tue Jul 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Tue Jul 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Wed Jul 26 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Fri Jul 28 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena

Mon Jul 31 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Sat Aug 12 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Sun Aug 13 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Fri Aug 18 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center

Mon Aug 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Tue Aug 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Fri Aug 25 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena

Mon Aug 28 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena

Fri Sep 01 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena

Tue Sep 05 – Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena

*Additional shows including Toronto to be announced at a later date. 

ABOUT DRAKE:

Drake is one of the most successful hip hop artists in the world. The Canadian rapper first gained serious attention in 2009 when he debuted his EP  So Far Gone , named the hottest mixtape of the year by MTV. Fast forward to 2018, Drake dropped the platinum double LP,  Scorpion  which included a staggering 25 tracks. Succeeding the album’s release, Drake hit the road headlining  Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour  across the US with surprise guests, Meek Mill, French Montana, Travis Scott and many others. While taking a break from touring in the last five years Drake has developed some of his best work. Topping the U.S. charts in August of 2019, Drake released  Care Package,  his first compilation album that consists of songs from 2010 to 2016 that weren’t initially available for commercial streaming. In September of 2021, Drake released his most highly anticipated album yet.  Certified Lover Boy  became his sixth studio album and broke Apple Music’s one-day streaming record in under 12 hours. Leading into Summer of 2022, Drake surprised fans with his seventh studio album,  Honestly Nevermind  which includes a notable feature from 21 Savage. Most recently in November of 2022 Drake and 21 Savage came out with a collaborative studio album titled  Her Loss . The album reached number one on the Billboard’s 200 chart and all 16 songs debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 list.

Follow Drake:

Website   |   Facebook   |   Twitter   |   Instagram   |   YouTube

ABOUT 21 SAVAGE

Grammy Award Winning multi platinum artist 21 Savage, one of the most sought after rappers of this generation, landed his 2nd #1 album in 2020 with the release of Savage Mode 2, the follow up to 2016’s platinum certified record Savage Mode. His 2019 album  i am > i was, which received platinum certification and was nominated for Best Album of the Year in 2020, earned him a Grammy for Best Rap Song for “A Lot.” In 2022 the collaborative album with Drake, Her Loss also went on to debut on Billboard 200 Album Charts at No.1 making this his 3rd album to top the charts. Through his award winning foundation Leading by Example founded in 2018, Savage provides financial literacy education to underserved youth nationwide providing thousands of scholarships, access to bank accounts and job placement for teens and students alike. In December 2022 the state of Georgia recognized December 21st as 21 Savage Day in recognition of his extraordinary philanthropic efforts.

Follow 21 Savage:

Website   |   Facebook   |   Twitter   |   Instagram   |   YouTube 

About Cash App 

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The Cash App Card is free to order when you download Cash App via   cash.app/download . Everyone under 18 will need a parent or guardian to sponsor their account. Cash App Card holders will receive their digital card number instantly and can use it to spend money everywhere Visa Debit is accepted. It’s recommended to add enough cash to your Cash App account to cover the cost of your ticket purchase prior to the start of the presale. For help adding cash or linking a bank account to your Cash App account, please read  here .   

About Visa Visa (NYSE: V) is a world leader in digital payments, facilitating transactions between consumers, merchants, financial institutions and government entities across more than 200 countries and territories. Our mission is to connect the world through the most innovative, convenient, reliable and secure payments network, enabling individuals, businesses and economies to thrive. We believe that economies that include everyone everywhere, uplift everyone everywhere and see access as foundational to the future of money movement. Learn more at  Visa.com .

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Is it Australia's turn for a Drake tour? Rumours say yes

When that hotline bling, that can only mean one thing – Drake may be coming to Australia?

Caitlyn Todoroski

We’ve got good and bad news for you. The good news? It might just be God’s plan for Drake to play in Australia this year. The bad news? Well, aside from the fact that your wallet might be about to cop a beating from buying  the Weeknd tickets , Drake hasn’t quite confirmed his journey Down Under just yet. Here’s what we do know... 

At the moment, Drake is on his ‘It’s All a Blur’ tour with 21 Savage. The official stops on the four-month-long tour only include American cities, and a few shows in the Certified Lover Boy's homeland, Canada. European and British fans are impatiently waiting for an international tour, but nothing has been announced yet.

In terms of Aussie news, rumours are swirling that Drake will be visiting us in November this year... Why? Concert events website All Events recently posted a listing for a Drake concert in Perth on November 28, and another one in Auckland on November 14. X (formerly Twitter) account @6LivesMusic thinks this points to the venues being booked. 

🇦🇺🇳🇿 Rumours that Drake will be touring Australia in November/December (same time as Weeknd) with one show reportedly booked in Perth already: — 6LivesMusic (@6livesmusic_) August 29, 2023

The lowdown on All Events is that anyone can register to be an ‘event host’ and post upcoming concerts. Concerts Nation Australia were the ones who posted the Drake events, but the question is: are they legit? They have a few other concerts listed that are actually running later this year, so here's hoping that they’re on to something with Drake. 

If Drake truly is embarking on a global tour, it would be the first one since Assassination Vacation in 2017, and the first visit to Australia since 2017 when he played the Boy Meets World show. 

Ticketek has made up a Drake waitlist page – hop on it and cross your fingers for updates.

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Drake Announces ‘It’s All a Blur’ 2023 Tour Dates

By Jem Aswad

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LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 30: Drake speaks onstage during Drake's Till Death Do Us Part rap battle on October 30, 2021 in Long Beach, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Drake  has announced dates for his 2023 “It’s All a Blur” tour presented by Cash App, Visa and Sprite. Produced by Live Nation, Drake and 21 Savage will be going on a 29-date arena run with stops including Chicago, Boston, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping up in Glendale, AZ at Desert Diamond Arena on Tuesday, September 5.

Tickets will be available starting with Cash App Card and Sprite presales (details below) beginning Wednesday, March 15. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, March 17 starting at 12pm local time.

CASH APP CARD PRESALE : For all US shows, the first tickets to the ‘It’s All A Blur’ Tour will be available for Cash App Card customers via an exclusive ticket presale presented by Cash App and Visa.

      •    Beginning Wednesday, March 15 starting at 12pm local time through Thursday, March 16 at 10pm local time, Cash App Card holders can unlock the earliest access to ‘It’s All A Blur’ tickets by using the first 9 digits of their Cash App Card to access the presale and then completing the purchase using their Cash App Card.

      •    Presale start times vary by market, check your local listings at drakerelated.com for more information. For more information on the Cash App Card presale, please visit  cash.app/drake-presale.

SPRITE PRESALE: Sprite is the official beverage sponsor for the ‘It’s All A Blur Tour,’ his first in North America since 2018. This marks a natural progression of their partnership since Sprite executed his first worldwide brand deal in 2010. Fans can look for updates on Sprite.com and sign up for Sprite emails to gain access to Drake’s presale experience.

DRAKE: ‘IT’S ALL A BLUR’ 2023 TOUR DATES:

Fri Jun 16 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

Mon Jun 19 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

Wed Jun 21 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center

Sat Jun 24 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center

Wed Jun 28 – Miami, FL – Miami-Dade Arena

Sat Jul 01 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Sun Jul 02 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Wed Jul 05 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Thu Jul 06 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Sat Jul 08 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

Tue Jul 11 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Wed Jul 12 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Fri Jul 14 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

Mon Jul 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Tue Jul 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Tue Jul 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Wed Jul 26 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Fri Jul 28 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena

Mon Jul 31 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Sat Aug 12 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Sun Aug 13 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Fri Aug 18 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center

Mon Aug 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Tue Aug 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Fri Aug 25 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena

Mon Aug 28 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena

Fri Sep 01 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena

Tue Sep 05 – Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena

*Additional shows including Toronto to be announced at a later date.

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Drake announces 2023 tour: Dates, cities and when and where to buy tickets

Drake and 21 savage have announced dates for their 2023 ‘it’s all a blur tour’. here’s everything you need to know..

Adriano Boin

Four-time Grammy-winner Drake is heading out for his 2023 ‘It’s All a Blur Tour’.

When does the ‘It’s All a Blur Tour’ begin?

Drake will be joined by 21 Savage, as the duo prepare for a 29-date run . It’s the first time Drake has toured since headlining ‘Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour’ back in 2018.

Since then, the rapper has released four albums, including ‘Her Loss’, which is a collaborative effort with 21 Savage.

When and how to buy tickets?

Tickets will be available starting with Cash App Card and Sprite presales, which begin on Wednesday, March 15. Additional presales will run throughout the week, with the general onsale beginning Friday, March 17 at 12 p.m. local time.

Cash App Card presale

For all shows in the U.S., the first tickets will be available for Cash App Card customers via a ticket presale .

Cash App Card holders can unlock tickets beginning Wednesday, March 15 at 12 p.m. local time through to Thursday, March 16 at 10 p.m. local time by using the the first nine digits of their Cash App Card to access the presale, and then completing the purchase with their Cash App Card.

Start time for the presale varies by market. Check drakerelated.com and cash.app/drake-presale for all the details.

Sprite presale

Fans can find updates on Sprite.com and sign up for Sprite emails for access to Drake’s presale experience. Sprite is the official beverage sponsor for the ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’.

Sprite presale will take place on Thursday, March 16 starting at 12 p.m. local time until 10 p.m local time. Presale start times vary by market, but check drakerelated.com for more details.

‘It’s All a Blur Tour’ 2023 dates

June 16 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

June 19 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

June 21 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center

June 24 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center

June 28 – Miami, FL – Miami-Dade Arena

July 01 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

July 02 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

July 05 – Chicago, IL – United Center

July 06 – Chicago, IL – United Center

July 08 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

July 11 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

July 12 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

July 14 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

July 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

July 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

July 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

July 26 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

July 28 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena

July 31 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

August 12 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

August 13 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

August 18 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center

August 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

August 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

August 25 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena

August 28 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena

September 01 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena

September 05 – Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena

*Additional shows, including Toronto, will be announced at a later date.

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Drake Announces Australian Headline Tour Dates

By Tom Williams

The dormant Australian “Drake Tour” website has now sprung to life, announcing the rapper’s maiden Australian headline tour. Drake will perform all ages shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane when he’s in town for Future Music Festival 2015 in February/March. Supporting him on all dates will be fellow rapper and frequent collaborator 2 Chainz .

Drake is known for his impressive live productions, which include pyrotechnics, fire, lasers, and huge lighting and sound systems. The Canadian hip-hop artist recently toured the US on the Drake vs Lil Wayne co-headline tour, but will be headlining his own Australian tour next year, performing material from his three studio albums.

Drake released his latest album, Nothing Was The Same , in September 2013. Since then he has fueled a mini-feud with tennis player Nick Kyrgios , but has also shown his less serious side by disguising himself and asking for the public’s opinion of him and his music .

In July, Drake revealed to Billboard that he’s at work on his next album, titled Views From The 6 . One of the richest stars in hip hop , he is now worth an estimated USD$33 million.

Drake is set to headline Future Music Festival in March, as the festival travels through Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane. 2 Chainz is also set to play at the festival. Other acts on the lineup include Avicii, The Prodigy, Die Antwoord and Martin Garrix.

Drake’s 2015 Australian tour begins in Sydney on Wednesday, 25th February, and wraps up in Brisbane on Thursday, 5th March. Tour and ticket details are available below.

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Drake 2015 Australian Tour

Frontier Touring pre-sale available from 2pm AEDT Thursday, 27th November to 2pm AEDT Friday, 28th November (or earlier if pre-sale allocation exhausted)

Tickets on sale to general public 10am Monday, 1st December

Wednesday, 25th February 2015 Allphones Arena, Sydney (All Ages) Tickets: Ticketek

Friday, 27th February 2015 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne (All Ages) Tickets: Ticketek

Tuesday, 3rd March 2015 Perth Arena, Perth (All Ages) Tickets: Ticketek

Thursday, 5th March 2015 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane (All Ages) Tickets: Ticketek

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Drake Adds 12 Dates to ‘It’s All a Blur’ Tour With 21 Savage

  • By Larisha Paul

Larisha Paul

Drake is coming. The rapper added 12 new dates to his It’s All a Blur tour with 21 Savage, his first stretch of shows in North America since the “Aubrey & the Three Migos” tour hit arenas in 2018.

The It’s All a Blur tour will kick off in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 29 and extend through Oct. 7 with a final show in Toronto, Ontario. Drake will make stops in Nashville, Houston, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, New York, Brooklyn, Montreal, Inglewood, Los Angeles, Vancouver, and more, bringing the tour to a massive 54 shows this summer.

The new set of dates includes a fourth night of shows in both Inglewood and Brooklyn, as well as second nights in Glendale and Nashville. Drake will now also perform on new dates in Columbus, Memphis, Denver, Austin, Milwaukee, and Charlotte. The tour will close out with back-to-back hometown shows at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.

The tour announcement follows the reveal of J.Cole’s 2023 Dreamville Festival lineup, which features Drake as a headliner. Since his last tour, Drake has released two mixtapes – Care Package and Dark Lane Demo Tapes – and three studio albums, including 2021’s Certified Lover Boy , the 21 Savage-assisted Her Loss , and his dance music opus Honestly, Nevermind.

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Thu Jun 29 – Memphis, TN – FedExForum Sat Jul 01 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center Wed Jul 05 – Chicago, IL – United Center Thu Jul 06 – Chicago, IL – United Center Sat Jul 08 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena Sun Jul 09 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena Tue Jul 11 – Boston, MA – TD Garden Wed Jul 12 – Boston, MA – TD Garden Fri Jul 14 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre * Sat Jul 15 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre * Mon Jul 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center Tue Jul 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center Thu Jul 20 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center Fri Jul 21 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center Sun Jul 23 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden Tue Jul 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden Wed Jul 26 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden Fri Jul 28 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena Sat Jul 29 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena Mon Jul 31 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center Tue Aug 01 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center Thu Aug 03 – Milwaukee, WI – Fiserv Forum Sat Aug 12 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum Sun Aug 13 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum Tue Aug 15 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum Wed Aug 16 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum Fri Aug 18 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center Sat Aug 19 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center Mon Aug 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena Tue Aug 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena Fri Aug 25 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena Sat Aug 26 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena Mon Aug 28 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena * Tue Aug 29 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena * Fri Sep 01 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena Sat Sep 02 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena Tue Sep 05 – Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena Wed Sep 06 – Glendale, AZ – Desert Diamond Arena Fri Sep 08 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena Mon Sep 11 – Austin, TX – Moody Center Thu Sep 14 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center + Fri Sep 15 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center + Sun Sep 17 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center + Mon Sep 18 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center + Wed Sep 20 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center + Fri Sep 22 – Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center Mon Sep 25 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena + Tue Sep 26 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena + Thu Sep 28 – Miami, FL – Kaseya Center + Fri Sep 29 – Miami, FL – Kaseya Center + Sun Oct 01 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena Mon Oct 02 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena + Thu Oct 05 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena * Sun Oct 07 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena *

New dates are bolded. * 21 Savage not on this date.

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Drake Announces ‘It’s A Blur’ 2023 Tour With 21 Savage

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Drake has announced his 2023 ‘It’s All A Blur’ tour featuring 21 Savage in a 29-date arena run.

‘It’s All A Blur’ is Drake’s first return to touring since his 2018 tour with the Three Migos. The title hints at the tour being a celebration of the last decade—because catalog tours are so hot right now. In the last five years, Drake has dropped four albums, including Her Loss in collaboration with 21 Savage.

Tickets will be available for Cash App Card and Sprite presales beginning on March 15. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale which begins March 17 at 12pm local time. Cash App and Visa are presenting the first ticket presale event for its customers.

For more information about ticket availability and ticket presale times, check out drakerelated.com . Presale availability for tickets depends on being a Cash App or Sprite customer—so get ready to jump through those hoops if you want tickets before general admission goes on sale. You’ll need the first nine digits of your Cash Card to use that method.

Drake 2023 ‘It’s All A Blur’ Tour — featuring 21 Savage

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  • 19 | Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
  • 21 | Toyota Center — Houston, TX
  • 24 | American Airlines Center — Dallas, TX
  • 28 | Miami-Dade Arena — Miami, FL
  • 01 | State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
  • 02 | State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
  • 05 | United Center — Chicago, IL
  • 06 | United Center — Chicago, IL
  • 08 | Little Caesars Arena — Detroit, MI
  • 11 | TD Garden — Boston, MA
  • 12 | TD Garden — Boston, MA
  • 17 | Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
  • 18 | Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
  • 25 | Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
  • 26 | Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
  • 28 | Capital One Arena — Washington, DC
  • 31 | Wells Fargo Center — Philadelphia, PA
  • 12 | Kia Forum — Inglewood, CA
  • 13 | Kia Forum — Inglewood, CA
  • 21 | Crypto.com Arena — Los Angeles, CA
  • 22 | Crypto.com Arena — Los Angeles, CA
  • 25 | Climate Pledge Arena — Seattle, WA
  • 28 | Rogers Arena — Vancouver, BC
  • 01 | T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas, NV
  • 05 | Desert Diamon Arena — Glendale, AZ
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Drake tour 2023: See the setlist for the 'It's All a Blur' tour

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Drake kicked off his It’s All a Blur tour with a dizzying amount of music.

The rapper-singer launched his 56-date tour in July at Chicago’s United Center and held true to his promise that the show would be “a celebration of the last decade.” For his first headline outing since 2018’s Aubrey & the Three Migos tour, Drake uncorked 48 song appearances while performing on a massive square stage.

During that show, he told the crowd, “I have an album coming out soon for y’all.”

Drake’s run with opener 21 Savage – who joined him for a few songs during the main set — is slated to crisscross the U.S. through Oct. 9 in Columbus, Ohio.

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Drake’s setlist

“Look What You’ve Done”

“Wu-Tang Forever”

“Marvins Room”

“Say Something”

“Shot for Me”

“Feel No Ways”

“Headlines”

“HYFR (Hell Ya F------ Right)”

“The Motto”

“Started From the Bottom”

“Know Yourself”

“Sicko Mode”

“Way 2 Sexy”

“BackOutsideBoyz”

“Jumbotron S--- Poppin’”

“Laugh Now Cry Later”

“God’s Plan”

“Crew Love”

“Child’s Play”

“Wait for U”

“In My Feelings”

“Nice for What”

“Controlla”

“One Dance”

“Fountains”

“Yebba’s Heartbreak”

“Texts Go Green”

“Calling My Name”

“Search & Rescue”

“P---y & Millions”

“Spin Bout U”

“Knife Talk”

“Jimmy Cooks”

“Rich Flex”

“How Bout Now”

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Drake setlist: All 48 songs he performed on It's All a Blur tour

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The rapper has added more than a dozen shows to his trek.

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Update : Drake is continuing to give his fans what they want. The artist announced on Friday (April 28) that he’s adding three more shows in addition to the dozen he had already tacked on to his It’s All a Blur tour earlier in the week due to fan demand. He has now added second shows to Columbus, Ohio (July 2); Austin (Sept. 12); and Charlotte, N.C., (Sept. 23).

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The rapper also announced new dates in Columbus, Memphis, Denver, Austin and Charlotte, as well as announcing a new pair of back-to-back shows in his hometown of Toronto to close out the now 54-date tour at Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 5 and 7.

In the meantime, some dates have also shifted around. The New Orleans, Nashville, Houston, Dallas, Miami and Atlanta dates — which were originally slated to take place between June 16 and July 2 will be rescheduled to take place between Sept. 14 and Oct. 2.

The All a Blur tour is Drake’s first headline run since the 2018 Aubrey & the Three Migos tour. Tickets for the new dates will go on sale beginning with Cash App Card and Sprite presales beginning Wednesday (April 26) at 12 p.m. local time through 10 p.m. local time on Thursday (April 27) for Cash App and Thursday at 10 a.m. local time for the Sprite presale, which runs through 10 p.m. that day; click here for more presale information. Tickets for rescheduled dates will not be included in either presale or the general onsale.

See the full list of Drake It’s All a Blur 2023 tour dates below:

June 29 – Memphis, TN @ FedExForum

July 1 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center

July 5 – Chicago, IL @ United Center

July 6 – Chicago, IL @ United Center

July 8 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

July 9 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

July 11 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden

July 12 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden

July 14 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre *

July 15 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre *

July 17 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center

July 20 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center

July 21 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center

July 23 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

July 25 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

July 26 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

July 28 – Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

July 29 – Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

July 31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

August 1 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

August 3 – Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum

August 12 – Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum

August 13 – Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum

August 15 – Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum

August 16 – Inglewood, CA @ Kia Forum

August 18 – San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center

August 19 – San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center

August 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Crypto.com Arena

August 22 – Los Angeles, CA @ Crypto.com Arena

August 25 – Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena

August 26 – Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena

August 28 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena *

August 29 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena *

Sept. 1 – Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena

Sept. 2 – Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena

Sept. 5 – Glendale, AZ @ Desert Diamond Arena

Sept. 6 – Glendale, AZ @ Desert Diamond Arena

Sept. 8 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena

Sept. 11 – Austin, TX @ Moody Center

Sept. 14 – Dallas, TX  @ American Airlines Center +

Sept. 15 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center +

Sept. 17 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center +

Sept. 18 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center +

Sept. 20 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center +

Sept. 22 – Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center

Sept. 26 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena +

Sept. 28 – Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center +

Sept. 29 – Miami, FL @ Kaseya Center +

Oct. 1 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena

Oct. 2 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena +

Oct. 5 – Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena *

Oct. 7 – Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena *

* 21 Savage not on this date.

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Four-time Grammy-winner Drake has announced dates for his upcoming North American It’s All a Blur Tour, with the 29-date arena stops launching June 16 in New Orleans and winding up in Glendale, Arizona on Tuesday, September 5.

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IT’S ALL A BLUR 2023 TOUR DATES:

Fri Jun 16 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

Mon Jun 19 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

Wed Jun 21 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center

Sat Jun 24 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center

Wed Jun 28 – Miami, FL – Miami-Dade Arena

Sat Jul 01 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Sun Jul 02 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Wed Jul 05 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Thu Jul 06 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Sat Jul 08 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

Tue Jul 11 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Wed Jul 12 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Fri Jul 14 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre

Mon Jul 17 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Tue Jul 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center

Tue Jul 25 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Wed Jul 26 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Fri Jul 28 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena

Mon Jul 31 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center

Sat Aug 12 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Sun Aug 13 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Fri Aug 18 – San Francisco, CA – Chase Center

Mon Aug 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Tue Aug 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Crypto.com Arena

Fri Aug 25 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena

Mon Aug 28 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena

Fri Sep 01 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena

*Additional shows including Toronto to be announced at a later date.

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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 Announces 2023 North American Tour With 21 Savage

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Drake has announced a 2023 North American tour with 21 Savage . The It’s All a Blur Tour will kick off in June and take him through to September. The pre-sale begins Wednesday (March 15) at 12 p.m. local time via Cash App . There’s an announcement video on Instagram .

On Thursday, March 16, Drake announced additional dates in Houston, Dallas, Miami, Detroit, Montreal, Brooklyn, New York, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Inglewood, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, and Las Vegas. Find the full itinerary below.

While he has held one-off performances in the past few years—like his shows at Harlem’s Apollo Theater or his October World Weekend —the It’s All a Blur Tour is Drake’s first since 2019 , before the onset of the pandemic . He is also set to co-headline the 2023 edition of Dreamville Festival alongside J. Cole.

Last year Drake released both Honestly, Nevermind and Her Loss , his collaborative LP with 21 Savage. He dropped Certified Lover Boy in 2021.

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06-16 New Orleans, LA - Smoothie King Center 06-19 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena 06-21 Houston, TX - Toyota Center 06-22 Houston, TX - Toyota Center 06-24 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center 06-25 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center 06-28 Miami, FL - Miami-Dade Arena 06-29 Miami, FL - Miami-Dade Arena 07-01 Atlanta, GA - State Farm Arena 07-02 Atlanta, GA - State Farm Arena 07-05 Chicago, IL - United Center 07-06 Chicago, IL - United Center 07-08 Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena 07-09 Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena 07-11 Boston, MA - TD Garden 07-12 Boston, MA - TD Garden 07-14 Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre 07-15 Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre 07-17 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center 07-18 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center 07-20 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center 07-23 New York, NY - Madison Square Garden 07-25 New York, NY - Madison Square Garden 07-26 New York, NY - Madison Square Garden 07-28 Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena 07-29 Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena 07-31 Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center 08-01 Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center 08-12 Inglewood, CA - Kia Forum 08-13 Inglewood, CA - Kia Forum 08-15 Inglewood, CA - Kia Forum 08-18 San Francisco, CA - Chase Center 08-19 San Francisco, CA - Chase Center 08-21 Los Angeles, CA - Crypto.com Arena 08-22 Los Angeles, CA - Crypto.com Arena 08-25 Seattle, WA - Climate Pledge Arena 08-26 Seattle, WA - Climate Pledge Arena 08-28 Vancouver, British Columbia - Rogers Arena 08-29 Vancouver, British Columbia - Rogers Arena 09-01 Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena 09-02 Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena 09-05 Glendale, AZ - Desert Diamond Arena

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Fresh out of a pandemic, Australia’s 2023 touring calendar was one of the busiest in recent memory, as artists of all stripes took centrestage everywhere from stadium shows to intimate local gigs. With a starry schedule that included the likes of Post Malone , Red Hot Chili Peppers , and Mötley Crüe , it’ll be tricky for 2024’s schedule to outdo its predecessor – and yet, thanks to the likes of Taylor Swift , Blink-182 and Pink , plus Coldplay, Pearl Jam and SZA later in the year, it’s poised to do just that.

From debut headline shows for breakout artists to bustling festival sideshow programs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy as a stellar batch of musicians make their way Down Under in 2024. Read on for NME’s roundup of all the biggest concerts and tours coming to Australia this year.

Here are the concerts and tours coming to Australia in 2024:

Pink When: February 9 – March 23 Find tickets and more info

Australia bloody loves Pink , and she’s apparently pretty fond of her “home away from home” too. In 2009, she played 58 shows here as part of her Funhouse tour, performing for some 660,000 fans. In 2013, when she announced an Australian tour in support of sixth studio album ‘The Truth About Love’, 320,000 tickets were snapped up within a few hours of them going on sale.

It makes sense, then, that the American singer-songwriter has a slew of dates booked for her return in February and March 2024 as part of her Summer Carnival world tour . She’ll be bringing songs from her ninth studio album ‘Trustfall’ to stadiums around the country, including stops in Sydney, Newcastle, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

She’ll be playing a total of four shows at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium and conclude the tour at Townsville’s Queensland Country Bank stadium.

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Lydia Lunch When: March 8 – March 23 Find tickets and more info

Lydia Lunch’s unique artistry will take centre stage during her six-date Australian tour early 2024. The musician and poet will first perform at the Brisbane Powerhouse on March 8, before taking to Melbourne Recital Theatre (March 15), Theatre Royal Castlemaine (March 17), Sydney’s The Great Club (March 22) and MONA in Hobart (March 23).

Lunch will also find time for a one-off with Melbourne band Black Cab, performing the songs of her fellow NYC pioneers Suicide , in the intimate confines of The Tote on March 20. Find tickets for the special tribute here.

New Bloom sideshows When: March 9 – March 24 Find more info and tickets here

Emo, punk and post-hardcore fans will find a lot to like in the inaugural touring festival New Bloom in March. In addition to festival dates on the east coast, most of the bands are doing sideshows across the country. Catch Citizen , Movements , Touche Amore , Fleshwater and No Pressure in various venues in Perth, Adelaide, Wollongong, Belgrave and the Gold Coast. Movements, Touche Amore, Fleshwater and No Pressure will stick around for bonus headline shows in Melbourne while the latter two will also play again in Sydney.

Dylan: The Rebel Child Tour When: March 18 – March 27 Find tickets and more info

Rising UK pop sensation Dylan makes her Australian debut in March, kicking off her three-date tour at The Brightside in Brisbane on March 18. The Rebel Child Tour, named after Dylan’s 2023 single, will then head to The Lansdowne in Sydney on March 22, before wrapping up in Melbourne at Northcote Social Club on March 25. Find tickets here.

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Maisie Peters: The Good Witch Comes to Australia When: March 19 – 23 Find more info

Maisie Peters might have taken the Wizard of Oz references on her new album ‘The Good Witch’ a little too seriously. The UK artist is coming back to Australia for three dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne – all of which are sold out.

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Expectations will be high for Peters’ tour and not necessarily because of the music. As she tweeted : “Last time I toured here I did a shoey on stage and became an honorary Australian so who knows what will happen next!!”

Gladys Knight: The Farewell Tour When: March 19 – March 30 Find tickets and more info here

Soul legend Gladys Knight will return Down Under after touring the US, bringing her numerous hits with her. She’ll kick off the seven-stop tour in Perth, head to Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Canberra, and wrap things up in Sydney before crossing the Tasman to New Zealand.

The Damned: Final Australian Tour When: March 20 – March 26 Find tickets and more info here

The Damned ’s ‘70s output is somehow a rosetta stone for punk rock and goth. The London band is reuniting the “classic” lineup that influenced a generation for the first and final time since 1989 for shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth in March 2024.

Aqua: Mixtape Festival Volume 1 When: March 21 – March 28 Find tickets and more info here

Come on Barbie, let’s go party! Aqua are coming to Australia to headline the touring Mixtape Festival Volume 1, accompanied by 2 Unlimited, East 17, Phats & Small, Big Brovaz, Booty Luv, and Urban Cookie Collective. The ’90s will be alive on this five-date tour of Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.

Joker Xue: Extraterrestrial World Tour When: March 23 – March 26 Find tickets and more info here

If you’re not familiar with Mandopop, Joker Xue is one hell of an introduction. The songwriter is bringing his ‘Extraterrestrial’ world tour to arenas in Melbourne and Sydney in March 2024. In the show’s pantomime, Xue transforms into an “interstellar executive who descends from an alien planet and is ordered to destroy the earth”, before deciding humans aren’t so bad after all.

Itzy When: March 24 – March 26 Find tickets and more info

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$uicideboy$: Grey Day Tour When: March 25 – March 30 Find tickets and more info here

Melding Southern rap with 21st century nihilism and heavy metal, New Orleans’ $uicideboy$ are an unlikely success story. The prolific duo will perform a series of arena shows along the east coast in 2024, checking in at Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre (March 25, 26) and Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena (March 28, 29) before finishing up the Grey Day tour at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 30. Ghostemane, Pouya, Germ, and Shakewell are guests that have been confirmed.

Newton Faulkner When: March 25 – April 1 Find tickets and more information

The English folk singer is headed to Australia as part of the Byron Bay Bluesfest line-up, and has lined up headline shows in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Newcastle along the way.

Bluesfest sideshows: Snarky Puppy, Meshell Ndegeocello and Blind Boys of Alabama When: March 25 – April 6

Snarky Puppy will supplement their set at Bluesfest’s 2024 edition with a pair of headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney on March 25 and March 27, respectively. Meshell Ndegeocello will bring her career-spanning setlist – as well as tracks from her latest album ‘The Omnichord Real Book’ – to Sydney’s Factory Theatre (March 25) and Melbourne’s Recital Centre (March 26), before Blind Boys of Alabama take to those same cities on April 4 (Sydney City Recital Hall) and April 6 (Melbourne Recital Hall).

Each of these acts will also grace the stage across Bluesfest’s three-day run from March 28 to April 1, with ticketing information for their sideshows linked above.

UMI When: March 26 – March 27 Find tickets and more info here

While Down Under for Souled Out festival, US singer-songwriter UMI will play two headline shows at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory and Melbourne’s Night Cat. Expect to hear her name-making track, ‘Remember Me’ – though she’s more recently met a new audience with ‘Wherever U R’, featuring V of K-pop titans BTS .

PJ Morton When: March 27 – March 28 Find tickets and more info here

You’d probably recognise PJ Morton’s voice even if you’ve never heard his name: the Maroon 5 keyboardist’s distinctive backing vocals can be heard in the mega band’s latter-day output. Morton will be performing his latest solo album ‘Watch the Sun’ at Bluesfest in 2024, before sideshows in Melbourne (170 Russell) and Sydney (Metro Theatre) on back-to-back nights in March.

Drive-By Truckers When: March 28 – April 1 Find tickets and more information

American alt-country legends Drive-By Truckers haven’t visited Australia in a decade and a half. Their long-overdue 2024 tour will see them perform as part of Byron Bay Bluesfest, along with headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney.

The band have released a whopping seven albums since they last played in the country, so there’ll be plenty of new cuts for them to show off at these shows.

Elvis Costello. Credit: Ed Rode via Getty Images

Elvis Costello & The Imposters When: March 28 – April 4 Find tickets and more info

Costello and co’s plans for their first Australian tour in almost a decade were dashed at the 11th hour in April 2023. Less than 24 hours before their shows – in support of 2022 album ‘A Boy Named If’ – a case of COVID-19 within the band forced them to withdraw from Byron Bay Bluesfest 2023 and postpone their headline tour dates .

The good news is, new dates were swiftly locked in. Costello and the Imposters will be one of the headliners for 2024’s edition of Bluesfest , and play headline gigs at the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne’s Palais Theatre. Previously purchased tickets for Costello’s headline shows will remain valid, and they’re still on sale for the majority of dates.

Eric Nam: House on a Hill Tour When: March 30 – April 2 Find tickets and more info

After his debut Australian tour in 2022, the American-Korean singer Eric Nam will return in late March and early April as part of his massive, 66-date ‘House on a Hill’ world tour. Nam will play three shows – in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane – joined at all three by special guest Keenan Te.

Chris Isaak When: April 4 – April 20 Find tickets and more info here

Australia, says Chris Isaak, is his “favorite place to tour… or just hang out”. Get ready to play a ‘Wicked Game’ when the US singer-songwriter tours down under in April, kicking things off in Perth before going onto a run of A Day on the Green tour dates with supporting acts Boy & Bear , Mark Seymour & The Undertow, Vika & Linda and Mason Watts.

Isaak has added extra dates in Melbourne and Sydney in the same venues on April 17 and 11 respectively to cope with demand. He can’t wait : “Bring on the sun! Bring on the beach! I think I’m gonna wax my guitar…. I told you I was excited!”

Simple Plan, Boys Like Girls and We The Kings When: April 6 – April 18 Find tickets and more info here

Simple Plan are bringing a pop punk extravaganza to Australia in April 2024, headlining a tour with fellow genre stalwarts Boys Like Girls and We The Kings . The trio will play multiple shows in Perth, Sydney and Brisbane, as well as John Cain Arena in Melbourne and AEC Theatre in Adelaide.

+LIVE+ and Incubus When: April 6 – April 20 Find tickets and more info

+LIVE+ and Incubus will embark on a mammoth run of dates across Australia in April, both as headliners of the inaugural Lookout festival and as co-headliners of their own standalone tour. +LIVE+ and Incubus’ Lookout festival dates – where they’ll be joined by the likes of Birds of Tokyo and Eskimo Joe – span April 6-20, with appearances slated for Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.

Elsewhere, the bands’ own co-headlining shows will take place in Wollongong (April 9), Sydney (April 11), Melbourne (April 15) and Adelaide (April 17).

Bring Me The Horizon: NeX GEn tour When: April 10 – April 21 Find tickets and more info

In what promises to be one of 2024’s rowdiest tours, Bring Me The Horizon will bring their ‘NeX GEn’ shows to Australian shores next April, with stadiums booked for Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane . The Sheffield band’s string of performances from April 10 to April 21 comes ahead of their much-anticipated album, ‘POST HUMAN: NeX GEn’, and will enlist special guests Sleep Token , Make Them Suffer and daine . Find remaining tickets here.

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The Front Bottoms When: April 12 – April 20 Find tickets and more info here

The Front Bottoms return for the first time since 2017, playing their biggest Aussie shows to date in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Expect to hear fresh tracks from their 2023 album ‘You Are Who You Hang Out With’.

James Taylor: An Evening with James Taylor & His All-Star Band When: April 12 – April 28 Find tickets and more info here

If there was ever a festival made for James Taylor & His All-Star Band at this juncture of his 50-year career, it’s Day on the Green . The singer will perform at wineries in Queensland (Sirromet Wines in Mount Cotton), and New South Wales (Bimbadgen in the Hunter Valley, and Centennial Vineyards in Bowral) across April 2024. Taylor will be accompanied by Aussie pair Josh Pyke and Ella Hooper .

Taylor is also playing his own headline shows. After selling out dates in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney, new shows have been added in those cities. A Live Nation pre-sale begins February 9 while general on-sale starts February 12.

Chase & Status When: April 19 – April 28 Find more info and ticket waitlists here

After a new mixtape, charting singles and landmark Boiler Room set, drum’n’bass lifers Chase & Status celebrated a huge 2023. This year, the British duo will bring the party to Australia and New Zealand on a sold-out co-headlining tour with Australia’s very own Luude. They’re notably playing RAC Arena in Perth, on top of Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.

SZA When: April 19 – May 2 Find tickets and more info here

Fresh off winning three Grammys, SZA has announced a tour of Australia and New Zealand this April. The ‘Kill Bill’ singer will be performing two shows in New Zealand and eight across Australia, with shows confirmed for Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Pandemonium Festival sideshows When: April 22 – April 23 Find more info and tickets here

Pandemonium Festival is bringing a glut of rock legends from yesteryear to Australian shores in 2024 , and has just announced two all-ages sideshows at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre to boot on April 22-23. The first night is headlined by NYC new wave icons Blondie , supported by Aussies Wolfmother and Cosmic Psychos . The next day, Alice Cooper will share a classic rock split bill with Deep Purple , while Gyroscope opens proceedings.

Beth Orton When: April 24 – April 30 Find tickets and more info

Initially slated to appear in Australia in November 2023, Beth Orton  rescheduled her Australian tour to April 2024 and added an extra show in Tasmania. The folk musician will now embark on a four-date run with performances in Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney and Brisbane from April 24 to April 30, with tickets for the original cities still valid for the rescheduled dates. Tickets for the additional date at Hobart’s Odeon Theatre are accessible here.

Nick Cave (solo) When: April 25 – May 7 Find tickets and more info

The legendary Nick Cave embarks on a solo tour of Australia (read: without the Bad Seeds) this April, playing two shows in Melbourne and five in Sydney. Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood will be on bass duties for these shows at Plenary Melbourne and State Theatre Sydney, which are all sold out.

The Dandy Warhols When: April 25 – May 1 Find tickets and more info

The Dandy Warhols will make their return to Australia in April 2024 armed with their new album ‘Rockmaker’. So far, they’ve scheduled dates in Brisbane , Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. If you missed them when they toured down under with Hoodoo Gurus in 2022, this is your chance. Find tickets here.

Elephant Gym When: April 26 – April 28 Find more info and tickets here

Elephant Gym isn’t the result of a random band name generator; “elephant” refers to the Taiwanese math rock band’s bass-led grooves, while “Gym” denotes the “agility” of their rhythm. The trio will perform their technical and idiosyncratic instrumentals at three shows on the Australian east coast for the first time this April, supporting sleepmakeswaves.

6LACK: Since I Have A Lover Tour When: April 26 – May 1 Find tickets and more info

R&B favourite 6LACK (pronounced ‘black’) will return to Australia in April to tour his new album, ‘Since I Have A Lover’. The four-date jaunt will take him to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.

Niall Horan: ‘The Show’ Live On Tour When: April 26 – May 4 Find tickets and more info

Niall Horan will take ‘The Show’ on the road down under in 2024. The ex- One Direction member’s world tour comes in support of his third solo album ‘The Show’ , out June 9. For the Australian leg, he’ll perform arena shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Groovin The Moo sideshows When: April 29 – May 11 Find tickets and more info

Sadly, Groovin The Moo is no longer going ahead this year – but many of the artists who would have played the touring festival will still be forging ahead with their own Australian headline shows. Singer-songwriter Claire Rosinkranz, Wu-Tang Clan legend GZA (performing a set dubbed ‘Liquid Swords Live’) and Stephen Sanchez will all perform headline shows in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

Toronto indie rockers The Beaches will also perform their own dates, playing shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in May. Find more information and tickets for all sideshows here .

Jessie Reyez When: April 30 – May 7 Find tickets and more info

Jessie Reyez will tour Australia for the first time in autumn, playing three shows along the east coast. The Canadian R&B singer will bring cuts from 2020 debut ‘Before Love Came to Kill Us’ and 2022 follow-up ‘Yessie’ to Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on April 30, before shows at the Forum in Melbourne and the Tivoli in Brisbane. Find tickets here .

Nothing But Thieves: Welcome To The DCC World Tour When: April 30 – May 7 Find tickets and more info

Nothing But Thieves cleaned up on a sold-out tour of Australia last year – and they’re back for more. The UK alt-rockers have announced the second Aussie leg of their Dead Club City World tour, which will kick off at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on April 30, continue on to Brisbane and Melbourne, and wrap up at Hindley Street Music Hall in Adelaide on May 7.

Mahalia: In Real Life When: April 30 – May 8 Find tickets and more info

UK R&B artist Mahalia has booked a five-date tour of Australia, her biggest yet and her first time back down under since 2020. Audiences in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane should get ready for smooth tunes off her 2023 album ‘IRL’ .

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Jonas Brothers: Five Albums. One Night. Tour When: May 1 – 9 Find tickets and more info

Joe , Nick and Kevin Jonas – the Jonas Brothers – play Australia for the first time between May 1 and May 9 as part of their massive Five Albums. One Night. Tour. The tour will see the brothers perform hits from all five of their albums across one night, including fan favourites.

Tesseract When: May 2 – May 9 Find tickets and more info

UK prog metal outfit Tesseract are set to make the highly anticipated return to Australia in May 2024, marking their first shows Down Under since 2018. Between May 2 and May 9, the band will perform in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

With 2023 album ‘War of Being’ and songs from 2021’s ‘Portals’ not played in Australia yet, Tesseract are set to bring with them a fresh bounty of new music to Australia.

The Vaccines and Everything Everything Dates: May 4-11 Find tickets and more info here

UK indie rockers The Vaccines and Everything Everything are banding together for a co-headline tour of Australia, their first time back in the country since 2019 and 2018 respectively. Embrace the indie disco in May when they head to Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and finally Sydney.

Sammy Virji When: May 10 – May 18 Find more info and tickets here

UK garage has been making a steady comeback, and DJ/producer Sammy Virji is one of its frontrunners. He’s set to come back to Australia for his biggest headline tour of the country yet. Virji will kick off his tour at Metro City in Perth on May 10, before heading through Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and finishing at The Roundhouse in Sydney May 18.

Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken Tour When: May 10 – May 17 Find tickets and more info here

Melissa Etheridge is bringing her trailblazing heartland rock to Australian shores for the first time in five years in May 2024. The ‘I’m Not Broken’ tour kicks off in Perth on May 10, before heading through Adelaide, Melbourne and finishing up in Sydney on May 17. Expect to hear a blend of the songwriter’s greatest hits as heard on her latest live album ‘Beautiful Day’.

Macklemore When: May 11 – May 20 Find tickets and more info

Fresh off the release of latest album ‘Ben’, Macklemore will embark on an Australian tour next May. The hip-hop artist will perform at Hordern Pavillion in Sydney on May 11-12, before taking to Melbourne’s John Cain Arena and Brisbane’s Riverstage on May 15 and May 17, respectively. Macklemore will perform at BASSINTHEGRASS in Darwin, and then conclude his Australian run at HBF Stadium in Perth on May 20. Find tickets here.

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Sleater-Kinney When: May 17 – May 23 Find tickets and more info

In their first shows here since 2016, Sleater-Kinney are embarking on a theatre tour of Australia. Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein will play four headline shows down under in support of their latest album, ‘Little Rope’ , in what the latter has called a “homecoming” of sorts.

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“For all intents and purposes, Sleater-Kinney got its start in Australia,” Brownstein said in a statement. “We recorded our first album and played our first ever shows there. Because of that, Australia feels like one of the band’s spiritual homes, and returning there always feels like a homecoming, a reunion.”

Jungle performing live onstage in 2022

Jungle When: May 17 – May 22 Find more info

Jungle have unleashed more dancey goodness with their latest album, ‘Volcano’. Get ready to boogie in May when they tour Australia. The entire run, comprising the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, Festival Hall in Melbourne, and Fortitude Music Hall in Brissy, is sold out.

Botch When: May 17 – 25 Find tickets and more info

Cult-favourite mathcore/hardcore/metal band Botch from Tacoma, Washington reunited last year more than two decades after their split – and now they’re embarking on their first-ever Aussie tour. The jaunt will include two dates in Melbourne and Sydney apiece as well as shows in Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane.

Guitarist David Knudson has promised Botch will go all out: “We don’t want to half-ass it…we want to be fucking tight as we ever were, if not tighter. We don’t want to disappoint a fan that’s never seen us live. So you know, it’s all in or nothing.”

Peter Hook & The Light When: May 21 – 28 Find tickets and more info

Peter Hook , the legendary bassist and co-founder of Joy Division and New Order is set to return to Australia in May 2024, just two years after his last tour of the country in 2022. For the upcoming tour, Hook will perform the New Order and Joy Division substance compilations live, giving fans a chance to once again revel in both bands’ music.

The Snuts When: May 23 – May 26 Find tickets and more info

Scottish indie rockers The Snuts will return for their second Australian tour in as many years, following their debut run of headline shows in 2023. With third studio album ‘Millennials’ in tow, the band will kick off their 2024 tour with a show at Melbourne’s Northcote Theatre. They’ll play Sydney’s Metro Theatre on May 25, before a show at the Triffid in Brisbane the following evening. Find tickets here .

Tom Grennan When: May 29 – May 30 Find tickets and more info

Tom Grennan will duck over to Australia for a pair of headline shows this year, following a debut visit in 2022. The English singer-songwriter will play Sydney’s Metro Theatre and 170 Russell in Melbourne on May 29 and 30 respectively.

Since his last trip, Grennan has released his third studio album, ‘What Ifs & Maybes’. Find tickets here .

Sky Ferreira When: June 2 – June 4 Find more info and tickets here

It’s been 12 years since Sky Ferreira released her debut ‘Night Time, My Time’, and her mystique has only grown in the interim: Ferriera has explored the silver screen, modelling, and long teased the release of a second album ‘Masochism’ . She’ll play two rare headline shows at bespoke Melbourne and Sydney festivals RISING and Vivid LIVE this June – a decade after her last Australian performance.

Boney M featuring Maizie Williams: The Farewell Tour When: June 3 – July 6 Find tickets and more info

Legendary disco group Boney M and vocalist Maizie Williams will bid goodbye to Australia with an extensive national tour in June and July 2024. Don’t wait to get your tickets – 15 of the 20 shows are sold out. More info here.

Bar Italia When: June 4 – June 8 Find more info and tickets here

Buzzy London trio Bar Italia are proteges of Dean Blunt, and have emerged from relative anonymity in the last few years with two albums of sinister post-punk. They’ll tour Australia for the first time in June, playing at Oxford Art Factory in Sydney and Brisbane’s Black Bear Lodge before a matinee show in Melbourne as part of RISING festival.

LANY When: June 19 – June 28 Find tickets and more info

LANY – the pop duo of Paul Klein and Jake Goss – will return to Australia in mid-2024. After playing small, intimate shows down under in August 2023, they’ll go bigger in this national tour at venues including the Hordern Pavilion and Margaret Court Arena. See info on dates and tickets here.

Conan Gray When: July 11 – July 19 Find more info and tickets here

Conan Gray is the archetypal Gen Z popstar, honing his craft as a teenage YouTube vlogger before unleashing his multimodal talent as a singer. Gray will play songs from his upcoming third album ‘Found Heaven’ in some of the biggest rooms in the country this July, as well as a headline spot at Adelaide’s Spin Off Festival on July 19.

Tenacious D When: July 13 – July 22 Find tickets and more info

It’s been more than a decade since Tenacious D toured Australia, but that all changes in July. Jack Black and Kyle Gass will play their first shows in the country since 2013, performing six arena dates.

The tour will kick off with two shows at the ICC Sydney Theatre on July 13, continuing on to Newcastle, Brisbane and Melbourne before wrapping up at Adelaide Entertament centre on July 22. Find tickets here .

FLETCHER When: July 16 – July 28 Find tickets and more info

After postponing her original tour, the rescheduled dates for FLETCHER ’s long-awaited Australian visit have been locked in for mid-2024. Audiences across the country will revel in FLETCHER’s latest album ‘Girl Of My Dreams’ towards the end of July, with venues including Perth’s Metro City (July 16), Fortitude Music Hall in Brisbane (July 18), Festival Hall in Melbourne (July 23) and Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion (July 28). Find tickets here.

IVE: 1ST WORLD TOUR ‘SHOW WHAT I HAVE’ When: July 25 – July 28 Find tickets and more info

As part of their broader debut world tour, IVE will bring their ‘Show What I Have’ set to Australian shores in July, kicking off the two-date run at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on July 25. The K-pop group will conclude the Australian leg of their tour in support of 2023 album ‘I’ve IVE’ with a show at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on July 28. Find tickets here.

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HEALTH: Rat Based Warfare Tour Down Under When: July 31 – August 4 Find more info and tickets here

The electronic body music of HEALTH flirts with metal, noise, and synth wave, but remains uniquely their own. The band are back in Australia after their 2023 Dark Mofo appearance for a full tour in support of their seventh album ‘Rat Wars’. They’ll play cosy rooms in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane from late July this year.

aespa When: August 31 – September 2 Find more info

K-pop girl group aespa will bring all the dra-ma-ma-ma down under for two stops of their SYNK: Parallel Line tour. The four-piece of Karina , Giselle , Winter and NingNing will perform in Sydney on August 31 and head to Melbourne two days later. Venues and ticket prices have not been announced just yet – stay tuned for more.

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Iron Maiden: The Future Past Tour When: September 1 – September 13 Find tickets and more info

In what will be their first trip Down Under since 2017, Iron Maiden are poised to bring The Future Past tour to stadiums in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne next September.

The first three cities will host the metal legends between September 1 to September 10, while Melbourne and Sydney will each enjoy a two-night outing at Rod Laver Arena (September 6 and 7) and Qudos Bank Arena (September 12 and 13), respectively. Find tickets here.

J Balvin: Que Bueno Volver a Verte Tour When: September 4 – September 10 Find more info and tickets here

J Balvin’s career as the Prince of Reggaeton has dovetailed with an explosion in the popularity of Latin music worldwide. The juggernaut will bring his Que Bueno Volver a Verte Tour (It’s Good To See You Tour) to Australian arenas in September this year. Sofi Tukker will support him as he plays the biggest rooms in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

SiM: Playdead World Tour When: September 12 – September 15 Find tickets and more info here

Like a kind of Japanese Gorillaz , SiM are a content universe unto their own – spanning anime , video games and records. Australian audiences can experience their inimitable reggae-metal-punk at The Zoo in Brisbane September 12, Sydney’s Crowbar on September 14 or Max Watts in Melbourne on September 15.

Thirty Seconds To Mars: Seasons World Tour When: September 12 – September 17 Find tickets and more info

To announce Thirty Seconds To Mars ’ Seasons World Tour, Jared Leto pulled a massive stunt: scaling the Empire State Building . The tour comes in support of their album ‘It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day’ and will hit Australian shores in mid-September. It marks the band’s first headline tour in over five years, and will see them grace the stage at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena (September 12), Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney (September 14) and Brisbane’s Riverstage (September 17). Find tickets here.

The Reytons When: September 29 – October 5 Find more info and tickets here

Yorkshire four-piece The Reytons are revivalists of another revival – 2000s British indie. But this band is independent in the truer sense of the word, self-releasing their latest album ‘Ballad of a Bystander’. They will tour their raucous, ungenteel rock from late September to early October this year, packing rooms in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne.

The Kid LAROI When: October 2024 Find tickets and more info

US-based homegrown rap phenom The Kid LAROI ‘s return to Australia was supposed to take place in February, but it was postponed in December , with the Gamilaroi star calling February “logistically impossible”. Instead, he’ll fill stadiums around the country in October with tracks from his freshly released debut album ‘The First Time’. With shows locked in for Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and the Gold Coast, these all-ages shows will be his biggest to date. Stay tuned for more info on specific dates for the rescheduled tour.

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Kim Wilde: The Greatest Hits Tour When: October 17 – October 26 Find more info and tickets here

If you look at the pop charts for any given week in the 1980s, chances are Kim Wilde was on it. The ‘Kids in America’ singer is still performing, on a break from her new life as a gardener, and will play a whirlwind Australian tour this October. Wilde will begin in Brisbane on October 17, before heading through Tweed Heads, Sydney, Wollongong, Perth, Adelaide and finishing in Melbourne October 26.

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Buzzcocks When: October 24 – November 2 Find more info and tickets here

The Buzzcocks , progenitors of “love punk” and pop punk before it even existed, are still going strong almost 50 years after their formation. With Steve Diggle on vocals, replacing the late Pete Shelley, the band will return to Australia for seven shows in late October to early November. The Buzzcocks will begin on the Gold Coast on October 24, before travelling through Brisbane, Adelaide, Fremantle, Newcastle, Sydney and finishing in Melbourne on November 2.

PinkPantheress: Capable of Love Tour When: October 29 – November 5 Find tickets and more info here

PinkPantheress was once an anonymous beatmaker going viral on TikTok – she’s anything but anonymous now, as she comes to Australia for the first time promoting her debut album ‘Heaven’. Between opening for Coldplay , the 22-year-old Brit will headline shows at Melbourne’s Festival Hall (October 29) and Horden Pavilion in Sydney on November 5.

Coldplay: Music of the Spheres Tour When: October 30 – November 9 Find tickets and more info here

Coldplay will bring their ‘Music of the Spheres’ tour to Australia’s east coast at the end of a more than two-year stretch. The pop juggernauts have already sold 9 million tickets – the most for any tour in history – and are set to play eight stadium shows in Melbourne and Sydney after playing in Perth in 2023.

Expect to experience the galactic sprawl of the band’s recent rock operas, while still belting out the anthems that took them to the top.

Take That and Sophie Ellis-Bextor When: October 30 – November 10 Find tickets and more info

It’ll be murder on the dancefloor when this tour comes to town. Sophie Ellis-Bextor , enjoying a Saltburn -fueled resurgence, will accompany Take That on a six-show tour of Australia . Three dates of the tour, which marks Take That’s first live shows in the region since 2017, will take place at wineries as part of A Day on the Green, where Ricki-Lee Coulter will also appear.

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Hozier: Unreal Unearth Tour When: November 6 – November 18 Find more info and tickets here

Irish singer-songwriter Hozier will tour Down Under for the first time since 2019 this November, supporting his 2023 album ‘Unreal Unearth’ with a nation-wide arena sojourn. Hozier will kick off in Perth on November 6, before heading through Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. He will also play regional areas Torquay and the Hunter Valley as part of Summersalt festival.

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Tate McRae: Think Later World Tour When: November 8 – November 17 Find tickets and more info

In what marks her biggest headline Australian shows to date, Tate McRae’s Think Later World Tour will head Down Under in November, encompassing five shows in Perth (November 8), Brisbane (November 10), Sydney (November 12), Adelaide (November 15) and Melbourne (November 17). The tour comes in support of McRae’s sophomore album ‘Think Later’, which features her massive single ‘Greedy’. Tickets are available here.

Pearl Jam: Dark Matter World Tour 2024 When: November 13 – November 23 Find tickets and more info

Pearl Jam have announced their new album ‘Dark Matter’, which they’ll support with a massive tour around the world . They’ll make a stop Down Under with Pixies in support, playing stadium shows in the Gold Coast, Melbourne and Sydney. The grunge giants have added bonus gigs in Melbourne on November 18 and Sydney on November 23 in response to overwhelming demand. Find tickets here.

James Blunt: The Who We Used To Be Tour When: November 21 – November 28 Find tickets and more info here

Self-deprecating superstar James Blunt is returning to Australian stages for the first time in over six years in November 2024. The ‘You’re Beautiful’ singer will begin a five-date arena tour at Brisbane’s Riverstage on November 21, before heading through Sydney’s ICC Super Theatre (November 23), Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena (November 24), Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre Theatre (November 25) and Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium (November 28).

Wallows: Model Tour 2024 When: December 5 – December 14 Find more info and tickets here

US alt-rockers Wallows played some of their favourite shows ever on their previous tour of Australia – so they’ll undoubtedly be looking to top the experience when they return in December. They’ll kick things off in Perth, before heading to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and finally Brisbane.

Martin Gore (left) and Dave Gahan (right) performing live onstage with Depeche Mode at the Golden 1 Center arena in Sacramento, California on March 23, 2023

  • Depeche Mode

Aussie Depeche Mode fans are an incredibly patient bunch. The last time the British synth-pop titans toured the country was in 1994, meaning nearly three decades have passed since they last paid us a visit. But good things come to those who wait, and it seems there is a glimmer of hope for those hoping to catch the band Down Under.

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In March 2023, Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan told an Italian blog that the band were eyeing “as-yet-unannounced dates in Asia and Australia” as part of a touring run that would lead into 2024. The band have toured the world in support of their latest album, ‘Memento Mori’ , and a trip to Australia to cap off the jaunt seems more likely than ever.

Keep checking NME for more Australia live music news – from festival updates to concert and tour announcements

Additional reporting by Ellie Robinson, Tom Disalvo and Josh Martin

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Drake australia tour : Is Drake touring to Australia 2023-2024? Here’s Truth

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By Dipak Chauhan

Updated on: December 19, 2023

Drake , also known as Drizzy, is a highly acclaimed Canadian rapper with an immense global fanbase.

Currently, he is on the road, captivating audiences around the world during his “It’s All a Blur Tour 2023.”

While Drake is busy enthralling his fans with his musical prowess, a peculiar viral news has surfaced on the internet, courtesy of Allevents.

This has left fans in a state of curiosity, pondering whether the event holds any truth or if it’s merely a fabrication. Today, we embark on a journey to unravel the facts and uncover the veracity of this intriguing story.

Is Drake touring to Australia?

Drake tour australia 2023 perth news : twitter & tiktok post, the listed event has been removed., even we tried to post the event, what do i expect will drake tour australia, when is drake coming to australia, is drake coming to sydney, when is drake coming to melbourne, also check :.

No, there is no official or unofficial information available to suggest that Drake will be touring Australia. However, there are rumors circulating on the internet, but it’s essential to emphasize that these are speculative and unverified at this time.

After conducting extensive research on various platforms such as Reddit, Facebook fan pages, groups, unofficial sources, Twitter, and TikTok, we can assert with confidence that there is no official or unofficial information to suggest that Drake will be embarking on a tour to Australia in 2023.

While it’s reasonable to anticipate that a tour may indeed take place in 2024, we have not come across any relevant information regarding a tour in November or December of 2023.

The news gained prominence when it was brought to the forefront by the Twitter handle @6livesmusic_ and through several TikTok videos that appeared to be related to Drake’s upcoming tour in Perth.

pic.twitter.com/xTKg9FTJPr — 6LivesMusic (@6livesmusic_) August 29, 2023

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They claimed that the tour information could be found on the website allevents.in , where a significant number of fans were expressing interest.

However, it’s crucial to clarify that allevents.in is a platform where anyone can create an account and post events of their choice. As such, there is no solid evidence to substantiate the authenticity of this information.

In fact, anyone can sign up and add any event they desire to the website. Therefore, at this juncture, we are unable to confirm the veracity of this news.

While conducting our research, we discovered that the event listed on allevents.in for Drake perth concert has been removed, as evident from the screenshot below.

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As you can see, anyone can post the event they wish. Just create an account, and you’re good to go.

Hence, there is a lack of solid evidence. Another significant aspect to bear in mind is the absence of corroboration for these details elsewhere.

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During our research, we were unable to uncover any pertinent information regarding Drake’s rumored tour in Australia.

At this point, it seems that there is an equal likelihood, a 50-50 chance, of the tour taking place in 2023. However, we can affirm with certainty that a tour is scheduled for 2024. Therefore, fans can confidently anticipate an exciting tour in the coming year.

Q&A Section

No, there’s no official or unofficial info about Drake touring Australia. Internet rumors are unverified speculation.

Drake is expected to tour Australia in 2024, with no confirmed plans for 2023.

Some sources suggest yes, while others say no. There’s no solid evidence to substantiate this claim, so it’s a 50-50 chance at this point.

Drake is likely to visit Melbourne, Australia, for a tour in 2024, according to unofficial sources. There are no indications of a tour in 2023.

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Are Drake and Future Beefing? Here’s a Timeline of Theories, Subs, and Tensions

After the release of ‘We Don’t Trust You,’ there’s rampant speculation about a feud between Drake and Future that includes years of subliminals.

Drake once rapped , “The lyrics begin to reveal themselves over time periods,” and fans have been taking him literally over the past few days, picking apart old rhymes and coming up with theories about his alleged beef with Future.

Future’s new album with Metro Boomin, We Don’t Trust You, featured an explosive diss verse from Kendrick Lamar on “Like That,” which was aimed at Drake and J. Cole. But fans are also speculating that some of Future’s verses contain subliminal shots at Drake, as well, signaling a beef between the longtime collaborators. Naturally, fans have been going down wild rabbit holes all weekend as they look for clues about the origins of the beef.

None of these lyrics or subs have been confirmed to be about Drake or Future, and some of the connections being made could very well just be wild theories from tinfoil-hat-wearing fans trying to piece together how we got here. Metro Boomin has even gone out of his way to refute one rumor that Drake and Future are beefing over a specific woman named Diana. 

But both Future and Drake have a history of leaving bread crumbs in their music, and there’s a lot to dig through here. With a lot still actively going on, here’s a timeline of tensions between Drake and Future over the years, including speculation about the origins of their current feud.

November 2011: Future says that Drake’s absence in the “Tony Montana” music video felt like a “slap in the face”

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The first time Drake and Future collaborated was on Future’s 2011 “Tony Montana” remix. It was Future’s breakout solo hit at the time, but he said during an interview on The Source TV that it felt like a “slap in the face” when Drake didn’t make it to the music video after contributing a verse to the track. 

“So many people from Atlanta wanted to get on this [song], and it’s basically a slap in my face because they’re like, ‘Shit, you should have done it with somebody from Atlanta who’s gonna get in the video, who wanted to be a part of your video, and you go outside of Atlanta and try to get something different,’” Future said at the time. “I really wanted to give Atlanta something different, and it ended up being a slap in my face [because] we didn’t complete the whole thought. Just the thought of [Drake] getting on it deserves a salute, but the thought not being completed, the salute comes back.”

Despite Future’s frustrations at the time, he seemed to patch things up with Drake and collaborated with him again the following year on DJ Drama’s 2012 song “We in This Bitch 1.5.”

August 2013: Future reveals that he inspired Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” but didn’t get publishing

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Future revealed that he inspired Drake’s classic track “Started From the Bottom.” “When I was in the studio, when [Drake] made the record, he was in the studio session with me,” he told Power 106 . “That’s when I had ‘Chosen One.’ So I was like, ‘When you make it from the bottom, you the chosen one.’ So, when we was in the studio, Drake came by the studio. And I always tell my engineer, ‘Start it from the bottom.’ So when I said, ‘Start it from the bottom,’ [Drake] thought I was talking about the song [‘Chosen One’].”

He added that Drake was grateful for the inspiration, and while he was never repaid monetarily, Future didn’t hold it against him. “[Drake] bought me a bottle of Louis XIII [de Remy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac] that I never opened up because of this story. I was like, ‘Man I don’t want a bottle. I need publishing.’ But Drake, that’s the homie,” he said. “He was like, ‘Man, "start it from the bottom," it stayed on my mind. I instantly got in with the driver and told him to put the CD in. I already had the beat, and I just started saying, ‘Started from the bottom, now we here.’”

October 2013: Future gets kicked off of Drake’s Would You Like a Tour?

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Future and Drake experienced more tensions early in the 2010s when the Atlanta rapper allegedly got kicked off of Drake’s Would You Like a Tour? after making disparaging comments about him in a Billboard interview.

“Drake made an album that is full of hits but it doesn’t grab you,” Future reportedly said at the time, comparing Nothing Was the Same to his Honest . “They’re not possessive; they don’t make you feel the way I do. I want to make you want to fall in love.”

These quotes would later be removed from the Billboard interview at the request of Future’s manager, who argued that what he said was taken out of context and was off the record. But Future went on what was then called Twitter and wrote , “Respect to Billboard, disappointed on being misquoted…always love for my fam Drizzy Drake.” 

During this time it was also reported that Drake and Future were entrenched in a $1.5 million lawsuit over the logistics of the tour. Future would eventually rejoin the tour later on, though, and the two hit the road again in 2016 for Drake’s Summer Sixteen tour.

April 2022: “Wait for U” goes No. 1, but neither Future nor Drake perform the record together

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It was smooth sailing for Drake and Future for nearly a decade, as they collaborated on their blockbuster album What a Time to Be Alive in 2015 and other successful songs like 2020's “Life Is Good.” But their relationship seems to have hit a rough patch in the last couple of years. 

The last song that Drake and Future released together is “Wait for U,” which was featured on Future’s 2022 album I Never Liked You, along with their other track “I’m on One.” Despite the success of the song, neither Drake nor Future promoted the record heavily in the months that followed after dropping the music video. They have also never performed the song together live, despite both Drake and Future performing it by themselves several times over the last two years.

November 2022: 'Her Loss' is released and has potential subliminal shots at Future

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Following the release of We Don’t Trust You , fans have been digging into the lyrics in Her Loss and discovering potential subliminal disses aimed at Future. Assuming that tensions have , in fact, been rising since late 2022, p eople are speculating that “More M’s”—which is produced by Metro Boomin—has several subs directed at Future throughout Drake’s verse, including when he raps, “I could really go five hours in the stadium/What happened to that nigga claiming OVO? We traded ‘em.” This line was originally believed to be about DJ Charlie B , who was allegedly booted from the clique for drama surrounding Drake’s right-hand man Chubbs’ ex, but now people are speculating that the lyric is actually directed at Future, who has claimed OVO alongside his own Freebandz Gang.

Later in the verse, Drake raps, “Niggas ain’t got love for the boy, so they fake it/Crack a couple jokes to some bitches on some snake shit/But if I send a verse to they ass, then they’ll take it/Shoot a video, arm around me like we aces.” Fans think these lyrics are about Future because of rumors that they’ve been feuding over the same woman. With that context, the line could be interpreted as complaints from Drake about Future flirting with a woman he was interested in "on some snake shit," only to act buddy-buddy when they collaborate on music together.

Drake closes the verse with, “Or pop out at my shows, jump around with me on stages/Probably why these hoes love to shower me with praises/Might’ve fucked a rapper, girl, but you ain’t fucked Drake yet,” leading fans to believe Future is the “rapper” that the woman “might’ve fucked” here.

Taking things a step further, fans are speculating that Future and Drake are beefing over a specific woman named Diana who works at a club in Miami called Booby Trap. However, Metro Boomin took to social media this past weekend to refute those claims, writing, “Yall n****s stop making stuff up for engagement and enjoy the music.” So you may want to take that information with a grain of salt.

January 2023: Rumors circulate that Future had issues with Drake and 21 Savage teaming up on 'Her Loss'

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During a visit to The Breakfast Club in January 2023 , NORE spoke about a rumor that Future wasn’t happy about Drake teaming up with 21 Savage to make their joint album, Her Loss.

“That’s a big rumor that I heard,” the Drink Champs host said. “I heard that Future is not too happy [about] this Drake and 21 Savage album, [because] it makes Drake and Future’s album not as important, I would say. This is alleged, this is all rumors. I’ve never heard it from Future’s mouth, I’ve never heard it from Drake, I’ve never heard it from 21 [Savage], but it’s a big rumor that’s going around right now.” 

Fans have also pointed out that 21 Savage does not currently follow Future on Instagram and he does follow Metro Boomin, although it’s unclear when the unfollow occurred (or if they ever followed each other in the first place).

October 2023: Drake’s 'For All the Dogs' includes alleged subliminal messages aimed at Future

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Drake’s feud with Metro Boomin started in December 2023 following criticism the producer had for Her Loss , even though Metro claims that he had no beef with the rapper. Many think this is what could have also made the rift between Future and Drake grow as well, given the Atlanta rapper’s connection with Metro.

On paper, it sounds like Drake is bigging up Future on the  For All the Dogs track “What Would Pluto Do,” but after the revelations of the past week, fans think he might have been being sarcastic the entire time. On the hook of the track, Drake repeats, “What would Pluto do? He’d fuck the ho, so I did it/What would Pluto do? He definitely fuckin’ on this ho, yeah.” 

What initially appeared to be a song where Drake spoke positively of Future, rhetorically asking what he would do in a specific situation, now has fans looking at it differently , speculating that Drake is literally rapping about sleeping with the same woman as Future.

March 22, 2024: Fans think Future disses Drake on 'We Don’t Trust You'

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Everyone was focused on Kendrick’s Drake shots on We Don’t Trust You when it first dropped , but many believe that the opening track on the project is also full of Drake disses from Future. 

First of all, the fact that Future even allowed Kendrick to diss a frequent collaborator like Drake on his album speaks for itself. And the song is also full of lyrics that could be interpreted as shots, including, “You a nigga number one fan, dog/ Sneak dissin', I don't understand, dog/ Pillow talkin', actin' like a fed, dog/I don't need another fake friend, dog/Can't be 'bout a ho, 'cause we sharin', dog/In yo feelings, nigga, why you playin', dog?”

Under the assumption that they’re beefing over a woman, fans are running with the theory that this entire series of bars is about Drake, rather than an unnamed enemy, as he expresses frustrations about someone “pillow talkin’” with a woman, “sneak dissing,” and being a “fake friend.” Future also says that he “can’t be ‘bout a ho, ‘cause we sharin’, dog/In yo feelings, nigga,” and while it reads like he’s saying the woman in question isn’t that important, it still adds more validity to the rumors that a woman is involved in some way with their beef, and the word choice at the end harkens back to Drake’s popular song “In My Feelings.” 

March 24, 2024: Drake comments on the feud during his tour

Drake speaks on the disses… “I got my head held high, my back straight, I’m ten f**king toes down… and I know no matter what there’s not a n**ga on this earth that could ever f*ck with me in my life.” pic.twitter.com/gsdS0STn8m — Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) March 25, 2024

During Saturday night's show, Drake also had Lil Durk, Chubbs, and his OVO crew walk out to Future’s song “My Savages,” before ultimately addressing the disses on We Don’t Trust You . "A lot of people are asking me how I’m feeling," he told the crowd. "I’mma let you know how I’m feeling. Listen, the way I’m feeling is the same way I want you to walk out of here feeling tonight about your fucking self. Because you know how I’m feeling? I got my fucking head up high, my back straight, I’m 10 fucking toes down in Florida or anywhere else I go, and I know that no matter what there’s not a nigga on this Earth that could ever fuck with me in my life. And that’s how I want you to walk outta here tonight."

The same night after the show, Drake went to Booby Trap in Miami. When Elliott Wilson shared a picture of him in the club, someone commented , “This man isn’t taking it serious,” which Drake liked.

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Taylor Swift 's fans did more than just "Shake It Off" at one of her Eras Tour concerts in Los Angeles last year.

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The concert film of the singer-songwriter's live show recently made its streaming debut on Disney+. Several months after the documentary, directed by Sam Welch, premiered in cinemas in October of last year, the full-length version hit streaming with the show's entire setlist, which has been previosuly cut from the theatrical version for length.

The film broke box office records — earning the most of any concert film in history in its debut weekend — as well as streaming stats. The version exclusive to Disney+, which has been dubbed Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) , became the most-watched music film on the platform just three days after it arrived.

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