Drake is set to take his 'Would You Like A Tour?' experience to the UK next year.
One of the biggest stars in North American hip hop, Drake's 'Would You Like A Tour?' live project is currently making waves across the Atlantic. The shows have been well received, but the tour itself has been dogged by internal politics.
Future was reportedly pushed off the bill following a disagreement, but the rapper was rapidly re-instated amid a flurry of reports. It seems that Future definitely won't be joining Drake on his European tour, though, with shadowy producer The Weeknd due to step in.
Abel Tesfaye is set to complete a short headline tour this year, playing London's O2 Arena in the process. The Weeknd will make a swift return to the enormous venue, playing two dates in support of Drake.
The tour itself opens in Manchester on March 11th, before hitting Sheffield, Glasgow, Nottingham and Birmingham. Drake will stop by Liverpool on March 22nd, before the tour is brought to an end with two nights in the capital.
Tickets are on sale now.
Drake has confirmed the following shows:
11 Manchester Phones 4U Arena
14 Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
15 Glasgow The Hydro
16 Nottingham Capital FM Arena
20 Birmingham NIA
22 Liverpool Echo Arena
24 London O2 Arena
25 London O2 Arena
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