- Drake and J. Cole have announced a joint tour for the year 2024.
- This follows Drake’s ‘It’s All a Blur’ tour with 21 Savage.
- They share a long history of friendship and supports each other through surprise appearances during concerts.
Rappers Drake and J. Cole have set the internet ablaze with the announcement of their joint tour ‘It’s All a Blur:Big As The What? set for the year 2024.
Kicking off the showpiece are two shows lined up at Denver’s Ball Arena on Thursday January 18th followed by another show the following day on Friday January 19th at the same spot.
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Drake tapping of J. Cole follows his earlier successful ‘It’s All a Blur’ tour with rapper 21 Savage.
The event’s tickets are already out starting this Wednesday via a Cash App card presale while regular tickets will be sold from this Friday at 11 a.m. local time.
A full diary has also been released revealing J. Cole missing in the final four dates at Belmont Park through Birmingham.
Below is the joint tour schedule:
- Thu Jan 18- Denver, CO- Ball Arena.
- Fri Jan 19- Denver, CO- Ball Arena.
- Mon Jan 22- San Antonio, TX- Frost Bank Center.
- Thu Jan 25- Oklahoma City, OK- Paycom Center.
- Mon Jan 29- New Orleans, LA- Smoothie King Center.
- Tue Jan 30- New Orleans, LA- Smoothie King Center.
- Fri Feb 02- Tampa, FL- Amalie Arena.
- Wed Feb 07- Nashville, TN- Bridgestone Arena.
- Thu Feb 08- Nashville, TN- Bridgestone Arena.
- Mon Feb 12- St. Louis, MO- Enterprise Center.
- Fri Feb 16- Pittsburgh, PA- PPG Paints Arena.
- Tue Feb 20- Colombus, OH- Schottenstein Center.
- Wed Feb 21- Colombus, OH- Schottenstein Center among others.
Long History Of Friendship
Drake and J. Cole share a long history of friendship which involves collaborations and supporting each other through surprise appearances during concerts.
Recently, Drake brought out J. Cole for a surprise performance in Montreal, Canada.
The pair also celebrated a milestone when their project, For All The Dogs ‘First Person Shooter’ debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, becoming Drake’s 13th chart-topping track matching Michael Jackson’s record.
Drake and J. Cole are a good example of artists who’ve used their friendship in building solid music fan bases while at the same time earning from their craft.