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Drake Tour

Drake is taking the show overseas. Following his North American concerts, the Canadian rapper will bring his “Would You Like a Tour?” to Europe next year.

He announced dates via his OVO blog. The 19-date trek kicks off on February 19 in Germany and travels to France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, and the U.K.

He will be joined by fellow Canadian The Weekend, who is fresh off his own headlining tour.

The North American leg kicked off at Pittsburgh’s CONSOL Energy Center earlier this month with Future, Miguel, and PARTYNEXTDOOR, and wraps December 18 in Philadelphia.

See an itinerary below.

“Would You Like a Tour?” European Dates

Feb. 19 – Frankfurt, Germany – Frankfurt Festhalle
Feb. 21 – Montpellier, France – Montpellier Arena
Feb. 24 – Paris, France – Paris Bercy
Feb. 27 – Berlin, Germany – Berlin 02 Arena
March 1 – Stockholm, Sweden – Stockholm Globe
March 2 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Spektrum
March 3 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhagen Forum
March 5 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
March 7 – Oberhausen, Germany – Oberhausen Arena
March 8 – Brussels, Belgium – Brussels Palais 12
March 11 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Arena
March 14 – Sheffield, UK – Sheffield Arena
March 15 – Glasgow, UK – Glasgow Hydro Arena
March 16 – Nottingham, UK – Nottingham Arena
March 18 – Dublin, Ireland – Dublin 02 Arena
March 20 – Birmingham, UK – Birmingham NIA Arena
March 22 – Liverpool, UK – Liverpool Arena
March 24 – London, UK – London O2 Arena
March 25 – London, UK – London O2 Arena

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