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Drake & Migos tour dates and tickets: Find out when ‘Aubrey and the Three Amigos’ hit your city

Drake and Migos 'Aubrey & The Three Amigos' tour poster
The poster for Drake’s 2018 tour with Migos: Aubrey and the Three Amigos

Drake is set to tour North America in 2018 with Migos, billed as the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour”.

He announced the news in a post on Twitter, billing the line-up as “a hand-picked dream team” and revealing that pre-sale begins tomorrow and all tickets go on sale on Friday.

Drake & Migos tour dates

The Aubrey & The Three Amigos tour starts on July 26 and will run through until November 17.

The first performance is in Salt Lake City, and the last a two-night event in Atlanta.

Here are the full tour dates:

July 26 — Salt Lake City
July 28 — Denver
July 31 — Kansas City
August 1 — Minneapolis
August 10 — Toronto
August 11 — Toronto
August 14 — Detroit
August 17 — Chicago
August 18 — Chicago
August 24 — New York
August 25 — New York
August 30 — New York
August 31 — New York
September 4 — Montreal
September 7 — Boston
September 8 — Boston
September 12 — Washington, D.C.
September 13 — Washington, D.C.
September 15 — Philly
September 16 — Nashville
September 21 — Miami
September 22 — Miami
September 24 — New Orleans
September 26 — Dallas
September 29 — Houston
September 30 — Houston
October 5 — Vegas
October 6 — Vegas
October 8 — Phoenix
October 12 — Los Angeles
October 13 — Los Angeles
October 16 — Los Angeles
October 17 — Los Angeles
October 26 — San Francisco
October 27 — San Francisco
November 1 — Seattle
November 3 — Vancouver
November 4 — Vancouver
November 6 — Edmonton
November 16 — Atlanta
November 17 — Atlanta

Where can I buy tickets?

You buy tickets for all of the shows under Drake tickets on Ticketmaster.

Drake & Migos 2018 tour: More info

Drake’s tour with Quavo, Offset and Takeoff comes ahead the release of his forthcoming album, which is reportedly called Scorpion. Drake & Migos famously previously teamed up in Walk It Talk It, which has more than 130million views on YouTube.

Julian is the editor of Monsters & Critics. He has worked as a journalist for more than ten years, previously as an editor at the... read more
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