Monday 24 October 2016

Drake announces long-awaited headline Irish tour

Published 10/10/2016 | 10:38

Drake is coming to Ireland in 2017

Drake is bringing The Boy Meets World tour to Ireland next year.

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Following his phenomenally successful Summer Sixteen tour across the United States, Grammy-Award winning and platinum-selling recording artist Drake today announced that he will be bringing his The Boy Meets World Tour to Dublin’s 3Arena on 19 February.

The tour opens January 21 in Amsterdam for two nights at the Ziggo Dome. It will then move on to the UK for a staggering 6 nights at The O2 followed by multiple dates across Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and France.

This follows the news that the Canadian rapper is set to release a movie. The action-packed film is said to be inspired by his recent album Views, and includes seven tracks from the album. Drake is the leading man in the 23-minute long film, which also stars Popcaan, Fanny Neguesha, Soni Chidiebere and Kyla Reid.

Drake is coming to Ireland in 2017
Drake is coming to Ireland in 2017

Tickets for 3Arena costing from €85 including booking and facility fees go on sale on Friday 14 October at 9am via

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