See all the rearranged dates below.
Find out who is on the bill.
Drake has revealed the new dates for his rescheduled The Boy Meets World Tour.
The first Amsterdam date, which was supposed to be last night (26th January), has been pushed back to 28th January.
While the second Amsterdam date, which was supposed to be on 27th January, has been moved to 26th February.
Check out the full list of dates below:
Meanwhile OVO-signed group DVSN have also been revealed as the support act for Drake's The Boy Meets World Tour.
26th January 2016
Drake has rescheduled the dates for upcoming The Boy Meets World European tour for the second time.
The ‘One Dance’ rapper was set to start his highly-anticipated tour in Amsterdam tonight (26th January).
However Drizzy has pushed back the Amsterdam dates again, after he had already moved them from their original 20th and 21st January dates.
A statement from Netherlands-based concert and festival organiser Mojo, says: “Earlier we informed Drake fans on the rescheduling of his Ziggo Dome concerts. We are very sorry to inform you again that the Drake concerts on January 26 (original date January 20) and January 27 (original date January 21) in the Ziggo Dome have been moved to new dates.
“Drake wants to bring a complete new show to Europe and not a copy of the shows in the US Unfortunately due to unforeseen production setbacks it will need a little bit more time to be ready.
"The international and local crew have been working on this production since January 17 in the Ziggo Dome and Drake was all set and has started his rehearsals this week. He can’t wait to start this new tour and show his fans this amazing concert.”
There is currently no further information about new dates.
Drake had previously rescheduled his a number of his UK dates because of “unforeseen production setbacks”.
Check out the UK tour dates below:
London, The O2 (30th January, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 14th, 15th February, 20th March)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (8th, 9th February)
Manchester, Arena (11th, 12th February)
Sheffield, Arena (17th February)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (22nd, 23rd February)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (22nd, 23rd March)
Meanwhile, Drake is still expected to release his playlist project ‘More Life’ this month, which is rumoured to feature Skepta, Bryson Tiller, Jennifer Lopez and more.