Drake Tour 2019: UK Dates, Tickets And Setlist Revealed
19 March 2019, 10:39 | Updated: 19 March 2019, 10:41
Drake announced his hugely-anticipated UK tour, 'The Assassination Vacation', late last year - and now it's landed. Here's everything you need to know about the UK dates, including ticket info and the setlist.
Performing in Manchester, London and Birmingham, this is the first time Drake has brought his live show to the UK for a number of years, so there is naturally a lot of excitement around this new tour.
Drake UK Tour Dates 2019
Tuesday 26th March 2019 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
Wednesday 27th March 2019 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
Thursday 28th March 2019 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
Monday 1st April 2019 - London, The O2
Tuesday 2nd April 2019 - London, The O2
Thursday 4th April 2019 - London, The O2
Friday 5th April 2019 - London, The O2
Monday 8th April 2019 - London, The O2
Tuesday 9th April 2019 - London, The O2
Thursday 11th April 2019 - London, The O2
Are tickets still available for Drake's tour?
There are still tickets available for certain UK dates, but they're bound to sell out fast.
There's currently low availability for Birmingham on March 28th.
What's Drake's setlist?
Having released his epic double-album 'Scorpion' back in 2018, Drake's 'Assassination Vacation' UK tour is filled with bangers from that release, as well as classic anthems for all you stans.
The full setlist includes:
1. 8 Out of 10
2. Mob Ties
3. Started From The Bottom
6. Know Yourself
9. Going Bad
11. Yes Indeed
14. Crew Love
18. All Me
20. For Free
21. The Motto
22. Walk It Talk It
23. My Way
24. That's How You Feel
28. Sooner Than Later
31. One Dance
32. Hotline Bling
34. Fake Love
35. Nice For What
36. In My Feelings
37. Look Alive
38. Sicko Mode
40. I'm Upset
41. God's Plan
Who's supporting Drake?
Drake will be supported by fellow Canadian Tory Lanez across the UK tour and if the show's are anything like his recent performances in America then fans will be in for a treat.
Recent shows have seen Drake welcome the likes of Chris Brown and Meek Mill to the stage to make some seriously public statements, so will we be able to expect any big moments like that whilst Drizzy's here in the UK?
The 'Going Bad' rapper sports a 'bbk' tattoo on his left shoulder in honour of his good friend Skepta, so many people will be hoping the North London MC as well as fellow Drake BFF Giggs make some kind of appearance during the tour at some point.
All we know is that Drizzy is guaranteed to put on a show to remember and we can't wait to see you!