Drake & Future Confirm Tour Dates For 2016

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In the summer of 2016, Drake will be touring North America with fellow rap icon Future on the duet’s Summer Sixteen Tour. The co-headlining enterprise is bound to be among the biggest hip-hop tours of the year, including stops at more than 20 arenas around the U.S. and Canada.

 

Take a look at all the Future and Drake tour dates at the bottom of the page for 2016.

 

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Views From The 6

The announcement of Drake’s co-headlining tour with Future is a welcome surprise for fans because it also heralds the coming of his long-awaited studio album, “Views from the 6.” The record was released on April 29, following in the aftermath of singles “One Dance” and “Pop Style,” which featured Jay Z. and Kanye West.

 

Co-headliner Future also released a new studio album, “EVOL,” before this year. The record fell in February to become his second straight No. 1 album in the U.S.

 

DVSN and fellow OVO artists Roy Woods may also join the Summer Sixteen Tour as supporting acts.

 

Drake will reinstate his annual OVO Fest this summer in his hometown of Toronto, in addition to being on the road with his Summer Sixteen Tour. The three-day Caribana weekend music festival will kick off July 29 when Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa headline Molson Amphitheatre as part of their The High Road Tour. For the next two nights, the actions will move to Air Canada Centre for sets from Future, Drake, and other special guests.

 

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July 20 – Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
July 21 – American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
July 23 – Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
July 24 – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn.
July 26-27 – United Center, Chicago, Ill.
July 29-Aug. 1 – OVO Fest, Toronto, Ont.

Aug. 4-6, 8 – Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.
Aug. 10 – TD Garden, Boston, Mass.
Aug. 12 – First Niagara Center, Buffalo, N.Y.
Aug. 13 – Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
Aug. 14 – Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 16 – Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.
Aug. 17 – CONSOL Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Aug. 19-20 – Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.
Aug. 21 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug. 23 – Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro, N.C.
Aug. 25-26 – Philips Arena, Atlanta, Ga.
Aug. 27 – Amalie Arena, Tampa, Fla.
Aug. 30-31 – American Airlines Arena, Miami, Fla.

Sept. 2 – Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, La.
Sept. 3-4 – Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
Sept. 6 – Talking Resort Arena, Phoenix, Ariz.
Sept. 7, 9-10 – Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.
Sept. 11 – T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 13-14 – Oracle Arena, Oakland, Calif.
Sept. 16 – Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Wash.
Sept. 17-18 – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, B.C.
Sept. 20 – Rogers Place, Edmonton, Alberta
Sept. 24 – SAP Center, San Jose, Calif.
Sept. 27-28 – L.A. Forum, Inglewood, Calif.

Oct. 1 – Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.
Oct. 4 – Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa
Oct. 5 – United Center, Chicago, Ill.
Oct. 7 – Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebev
Oct. 8-9 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ont.
Oct. 11-12 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Oct. 13 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 15 – Prudential Center, Newark, N.J.