Rolling Stone reported that the rapper, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, is going on the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour.” Billboard reported that the stadium tour will start July 6 in Salt Lake City, ending with two dates at Philips Arena in Atlanta Nov. 16 and 17.
Drake will stop in his hometown of Toronto Aug. 10 and 11.
The rap trio Migos will be supporting their album “Culture II,” which features Drake on the single “Walk It Talk It.” According to a news release, the tour is leading up to Drake’s upcoming album “Scorpion.”
Dates for the “Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour” are below. General public tickets go on sale May 18 at Ticketmaster.com. Presale for American Express card members starts Tuesday at 10 a.m. More information is at Ticketmaster.com.
July 26: Salt Lake City at Vivint Smart Home Arena July 28: Denver at Pepsi Center July 31: Kansas City, Missouri, at Sprint Center Aug. 1: St. Paul, Minnesota, at Xcel Energy Center Aug. 10: Toronto at Air Canada Centre Aug. 11: Toronto at Air Canada Centre Aug. 14: Detroit at Little Caesars Arena Aug. 17: Chicago at United Center Aug. 18: Chicago at United Center Aug. 24: New York at Madison Square Garden Aug. 25: New York at Madison Square Garden Aug. 30: New York at Barclays Center Aug. 31: New York at Barclays Center Sept. 4: Montreal at Bell Centre Sept. 7: Boston at TD Garden Sept. 8 - Boston at TD Garden Sept. 12 - Washington at Capital One Arena Sept. 13 - Washington at Capital One Arena Sept. 15 - Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Centre Sept. 18 - Nashville, Tennessee, at Bridgestone Arena Sept. 21: Miami at AmericanAirlines Arena Sept. 22: Miami at AmericanAirlines Arena Sept. 24: New Orleans at Smoothie King Center Sept. 26: Dallas at American Airlines Center Sept. 29: Houston at Toyota Center Sept. 30: Houston at Toyota Center Oct. 5: Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden Arena Oct. 6: Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden Arena Oct. 8: Phoenix at Gila River Arena Oct. 12: Los Angeles at STAPLES Center Oct. 13: Los Angeles at STAPLES Center Oct. 16: Los Angeles, at The Forum Oct. 17: Los Angeles, at The Forum Oct. 26: Oakland, California, at Oracle Arena Oct. 27: Oakland, California, at Oracle Arena Nov. 1: Seattle at Tacoma Dome Nov. 3: Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena Nov. 4: Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena Nov. 6: Edmonton, Alberta, a Rogers Place Nov. 16: Atlanta at Philips Arena Nov. 17: Atlanta at Philips Arena