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Drake’s taking a break from paying for people’s groceries and congratulating LeBron James to announce an extensive North American tour in support of his upcoming album, Scorpion. The 41-date tour starts on July 26 and wraps in mid-November, but the Toronto rapper won’t be out there on his own. He’ll be joined by his “Walk It Talk It” collaborators Migos for the Aubrey & The Three Amigos Live! tour (which is somehow not a working title).


The tour announcement boasts of a “hand-picked dream team!” in place of having Drake pay homage to a different Nicholas Winding Refn film. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, May 18 over at Ticketmaster. Scorpion is Drake’s fifth studio album, and “Nice For What” its first single. The complete list of dates is below.

Aubrey & The Three Amigos Live! Tour

7/26—Salt Lake City, UT—Vivint Smart Home Arena

7/28—Denver, CO—Pepsi Center

7/31—Kansas City, MO—Sprint Center

8/1—St. Paul, MN—Xcel Energy Center

8/10-8/11—Toronto, Ontario—Air Canada Centre

8/14—Detroit, MI—Little Caesars Arena

8/17-8/18—Chicago, IL—United Center

8/24-8/25—New York, NY—Madison Square Garden

8/30-8/31—Brooklyn, NY—Barclays Center

9/4—Montreal, Quebec—Bell Centre

9/7-9/8—Boston, MA—TD Garden

9/12-9/13—Washington, D.C.—Capital One Arena

9/15—Philadelphia, PA—Wells Fargo Center

9/18—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena

9/21-9/22—Miami, FL—AmericanAirlines Arena

9/24—New Orleans, LA—Smoothie King Center

9/26—Dallas, TX—American Airlines Center

9/29-9/30—Houston, TX—Toyota Center

10/5-10/6—Las Vegas, NV—MGM Grand Garden Arena

10/8—Phoenix, AZ—Gila River Arena

10/12-10/13—Los Angeles, CA—STAPLES Center

10/16—Los Angeles, CA—The Forum

10/17—Los Angeles, CA—The Forum

10/26—Oakland, CA—Oracle Arena

10/27—Oakland, CA—Oracle Arena

11/1—Seattle, WA—Tacoma Dome

11/3-11/4—Vancouver, British Columbia—Rogers Arena

11/6—Edmonton, Alberta—Rogers Place

11/16-11/17—Atlanta, GA—Philips Arena


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