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‘Big as the What?’: Drake Recruits J. Cole for 2024 It’s All a Blur Tour

Drake and J. Cole are keeping their collaborative hot streak going into the new year. Beginning in January, the two rappers will split the bill on the 2024 It’s All a Blur – Big as the What? tour. They are currently scheduled for 18 shows together, with Drake performing additional shows without J. Cole.

The tour will begin on Jan. 18 with back-to-back nights at Denver’s Ball Arena. Drake and J. Cole will make additional stops in San Antonio, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Tampa, Nashville, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Cleveland, Buffalo, Lexington, and more. J. Cole will not perform at the final four shows of the tour, scheduled in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Alabama.

General sale for the 2024 It’s All a Blur – Big as the What? tour will begin on Friday, Nov. 17, at 11 a.m. local time. A number of shows, including stops in Denver, New Orleans, Nashville, and Columbus, are dates that have been rescheduled from the initial 2023 tour.

The newly announced dates mark an extension of the 50-date It’s All a Blur tour Drake completed this summer with 21 Savage. During the Montreal stop in July, J. Cole joined Drake on stage in place of 21 Savage. And before the run of shows kicked off earlier this year, Drake served as a special guest at the 2023 iteration of J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival in April.

Last month, following the release of Drake’s eighth studio album, For All the Dogs, the pair of rappers debuted at Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 with their collaboration “First Person Shooter.” The record, which has its lyrics referenced in the new name of the tour, marked J. Cole’s first Number One and Drake’s 13th, tying Michale Jackson’s Hot 100 record.


Drake and J. Cole 2024 It’s All a Blur – Big as the What? Tour Dates:
Jan. 18 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena
Jan. 19 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena
Jan. 22 – San Antonio, TX @ Frost Bank Center
Jan. 25 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Paycom Center
Jan. 29 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
Jan. 30 – New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
Feb. 2 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
Feb. 7 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
Feb. 8 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
Feb. 12 – St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center
Feb. 16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
Feb. 20 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
Feb. 21 – Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
Feb. 24 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Feb. 27 – Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
March 2 – Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center
March 5 – Memphis, TN @ FedExForum
March 10 – Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
March 14 – Belmont Park, NY @ UBS Arena*
March 18 – State College, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center*
March 23 – Sunrise, FL @ Amerant Bank Arena*
March 27 – Birmingham, AL @ The Legacy Arena at BJCC*

Rescheduled dates in bold. * These dates do not feature J. Cole.

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