If you didn’t (or won’t) catch Drake at Coachella, not to worry. Besides headlining festivals (Governor’s Ball, Wireless Festival), the rapper will embark on his North American “Jungle” tour this summer, alongside Future.
Drake will perform at Coachella for the second time this Sunday (April 19). He’ll then perform at Houston’s Toyota Center (Sun., May 24), Detroit’s The Palace of Auburn Hill (Wed., May 27), Chicago’s United Center (Fri., May 29), Montreal’s Bell Centre (Sun., May 31st), Toronto’s Air Canada Centre (Tues., June 2) before hitting New York’s Governors Ball (Fri. June 5) and the UK’s Wireless Festival (Fri., July 3).
Drake will close out the summer with his three-day OVO fest (Aug. 1-3) in Toronto, alongside J. Cole, Big Sean, and more.
Drake closed the first weekend of Coachella yesterday, Sun., April 12. He blazed through his discography, hyping the crowd the most when performing songs from his latest mixtape, If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late. Drake received a surprise of his own, when special guest Madonna leaned in and made out with him during her surprise set.