Drake and 21 Savage’s It’s All a Blur Tour has caused quite the stir online as fans react to the prices of tickets.
The duo announced the tour on March 13th with a trailer on Drake’s Instagram page. It will include 28 stops in 21 cities, beginning in New Orleans on June 16th and ending in Glendale, Arizona, on September 5th. Fans with Cash App cards were able to purchase pre-sale tickets on March 15th.
However, as people took to social media to voice their displeasure, it became clear that some fans were not pleased with the prices of the tickets.
One Twitter user wrote, “Drake smoking d**k with these ticket prices,” while another tweeted a screenshot showing $400 tickets for 100 level seats for the Atlanta show at State Farm Arena on July 1st, adding, “Drake ticket prices are wild for the Atlanta show. I didn’t even pay this to see Beyoncé.” Another person joked, “WHY ALL YALL SAYING DRAKE TICKET PRICES WILD…do I really gotta sell puss,” while another fan wrote, “Drake lost his mind with these tour prices, let’s be fr. 2 floor tickets legit equal my rent.”
This will be Drake’s first headlining tour since The Aubrey & The Migos Tour in 2018. General tickets for the tour go on sale starting on March 17th. As fans eagerly await the opportunity to purchase tickets, it remains to be seen whether Drake and 21 Savage’s It’s All a Blur Tour will be a success despite the high prices of admission.
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