Drake Announces Europe 2017 ‘Boy Meets World’ Tour

This has been the year for Drake. After breaking records as the first artist with the most number of nominations for the 2016 American Music Awards, he is also riding high with the success of his latest album, Views. And now, Drake fans in Europe will get to see their favorite hip-hop artist live as he takes on a mammoth tour across Europe come 2017.

The countries being covered as part of his Boy Meets World Tour 2017 – England, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, France and Denmark. Tour dates and venues have been confirmed, though more dates may be added as the demand rises. Tickets go on sale October 14. The tour kicks off on January 21, 2017 at Amsterdam, a popular haunt for many artists these days.

Drake was on his Summer Sixteen Tour where rumored on again-off again girlfriend, Rihanna made regular appearances, though he had to cancel the remaining dates due to an ankle injury. It is not known if he will be re-scheduling the dates, but we promise to keep you posted!

So, here are the dates for Drake’s 2017 Boy Meets World Tour.

21st January – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands

22nd January – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands

26th January – The Hydro – Glasgow, Scotland

28th January – O2 Arena – London, England

30th January – O2 Arena – London, England

1st February – O2 Arena – London, England

2nd February – O2 Arena – London, England

4th February – O2 Arena – London, England

5th February – O2 Arena – London, England

8th February – First Direct Arena – Leeds, England

11th February – Manchester Arena – Manchester, England

12th February – Manchester Arena – Manchester, England

17th February – Sheffield Arena – Sheffield, England

19th February – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland

22nd February – Barclaycard Arena – Birmingham, England

23rd February – Barclaycard Arena – Birmingham, England

25th February – KoPi Arena – Oberhausen, Germany

28th February – Sportpaleis – Antwerp, Belgium

4th March – Ericsson Globe – Stockholm, Sweden

5th March – Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway

7th March – Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark

9th March – Mercedes Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany

10th March – Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany

12th March – AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France

13th March – AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France

16th March – Lanxess Arena – Cologne, Germany

Tickets Available October 14 @ticketmaster.

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And in related news, it seems that Drake and his on again-off again romance with Rihanna may have come to another end. He posted a cryptic message on Instagram along with a picture of him looking pretty sad. Suffice to say, they may have to cover up their matching camo shark tattoos.

Too mix up in drama to free my mind but I'm praying for you even in your darkest times. 💀

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