Drake adds more shows to massive 2019 UK and Ireland arena tour

The 'Assassination Vacation' tour will continue the rapper's love affair with the UK

Drake has added new dates to his latest UK and Ireland arena tour โ€“ check out details of the ‘Assassination Vacation’ tour below.

The Toronto rapper’s last album, ‘Scorpion’, came out back in August, which went on to become one of the top ten best-selling albums of 2018.

Drake has now confirmed details of the ‘Assassination Vacation’ tour, which will visit the UK and Ireland for a number of dates across March and April. The rapper last visited these shores back in March 2017 in support of his fourth album ‘Views’.

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Torey Lanez will support, while BBC 1Xtra DJ Tiffany Calver will play an “opening sound set” on each night of the tour. Check out Drake’s announcement of the tour and see the UK and Ireland dates in full below.

Drake will play:

March
10 – Manchester Arena
11 – Manchester Arena
19 – Dublin 3Arena
21 – Dublin 3Arena
22 – Dublin 3Arena
26 – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
27 – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
28 – Birmingham Resorts World Arena

April
1 – London The O2
2 – London The O2
4 – London The O2
5 – London The O2
8 – London The O2
9 – London The O2
11 – London The O2

Tickets for these shows will go on sale on Friday (January 25) and will be available here.

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It was rumoured earlier this month that The Weeknd’s recent single ‘Lost In The Fire’ was actually intended as a diss track towards Drake – although those claims have yet to be verified.

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