If you were excited about Drake's upcoming Summer Sixteen tour with his buddy and collaborator, Future, and then were immediately saddened because the one day you could initially go you had to get your wisdom teeth taken out or something along those lines (I'm not speaking from experience or anything), come on and get happy: Drake has has added more dates to his Summer Sixteen Tour, so there's now more chances to see the rapper in action. The musician and recent releaser of the fun and catchy album Views announced on his Twitter May 20 that he would be adding new dates to the tour. I'm almost going deaf with the news, because immediately upon finding out, fans everywhere across the world have jumped up and danced to "Hotline Bling" and it was very loud (I'm sure you heard it too).
But where does one get tickets to see their soulmate (I mean uh... Drake, a famous person that none of us will probably ever meet let alone marry in a gorgeous beach wedding in Maui)? Tickets for Summer Sixteen go on pre-sale May 23 at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster and can be priced anywhere from $50 to $180. I would suggest getting on the website at 10 on the dot, because if there's one thing we can all agree about Drake fans, it's that they are dedicated. But if you should somehow forget to set your alarm for the pre-sale, never fear, tickets officially go on sale May 29 at 10 a.m local time.
If you're already buying tickets, might as well ball hard and set yourself up with a VIP Package — it's probably what Drizzy himself would do. Each package has a little something going for it whether it be a Summer Sixteen car freshener (which sounds insanely delightful), an "exclusive Future VIP merchandise item," or actually meeting Drake (so you can size him up for his suit for that Maui wedding).
If you choose to go VIP or nah, we can all agree that the Summer Sixteen tour is going to be crazy. Drake is at the peak of his awesomeness and continues to chug along doing his thing in a way only he can do. As long as he doesn't embarrass us all Dad-style with some of his oft-questionable dance moves, this tour is going to be amazing.
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