Drake initially hinted at his forthcoming album, “For All The Dogs,” in June, subtly embedding QR codes in select newspapers coinciding with the release of his poetry book. As his “It’s All A Blur Tour” made its way across North America, Drake continued to drop clues about the album, including the cover art created by his son and hair clips.
On September 6, Drake verified the album’s release date as September 22 on Instagram. Earlier in the week, during a tour stop in Austin, Texas, he declared that he would be releasing a new song.
To commemorate the highly anticipated release of “For All The Dogs,” Drake will perform the first of two consecutive “It’s All A Blur Tour” concerts at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. The tour is set to conclude with rescheduled performances in Denver, Colorado, and New Orleans, Louisiana, although new dates have yet to be announced.
As it stands, the final confirmed concert is on October 9 in Columbus, Ohio, following two consecutive hometown shows at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on October 6 and 7. You can find all of the remaining dates here.
In short, Drake will have numerous chances to incorporate the album into his already extensive setlist. The “It’s All A Blur Tour” is Drake’s first since 2018, leaving fans speculating whether he will embark on a new tour specifically to promote “For All The Dogs.”