Drake has just announced some European and UK shows for this Spring, but fans aren't happy about parting ways with triple digits for a ticket.
Assassination Vacation is the name of Drake's new tour, and, to put it frankly, the only thing he's assassinating is his fans' bank balances.
He's planning to play London's O2 Arena for six days, and he's bringing support acts Tory Lanez (will they have an argument over which "Controlla" to perform?!) and BBC 1Xtra's Tiffany Calver. Drake last played London's O2 Arena in 2017, as part of his The Boy Meets World tour.
Drake's new tour dates come with a bit of a catch though; you'll have to do a bit of saving for a decent ticket, unless you want to pay over £50 for a side stage seat where you basically get a VIP view of the speakers.
He's asking fans to pay £140 for a standing ticket, with some seated tickets going over £170. I don't know if that's "God's Plan", but, come on, that's a bit excessive isn't it? Anyway, here's some of the best reactions we've found so far.
Drake really charging £140 for me to be standing whilst he performs live ? pic.twitter.com/Vwh4umkGBs— KingMani (@ffsManiJ) January 22, 2019
£140 for 1 standing ticket to Drake? pic.twitter.com/OWqWxp2tJm— Niall (@NiallBowes) January 22, 2019
“Yo it’s £140 for a standing ticket to Drake are you on it?”— Niall (@NiallBowes) January 22, 2019
170 pound for drake tickets? pic.twitter.com/0T3Xx6iFX8— Tee (@Teetwitta98) January 22, 2019
*Drake drops tour dates*— Rajan (@rajanxo) January 22, 2019
*checks ticket prices* : pic.twitter.com/HpZjV3TIXl
So drake is doing a UK tour. Standing tickets are £140 each.— Aiden Langan (@AidenLangan) January 22, 2019
This week Tesco are selling freddo bars for 10p each. So would you rather be at the back of an arena barely able to see drake or would you rather have 1400 freddos?