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Drake announce Club Paradise Tour

Drake is headed on tour starting Valentines Day 2012 in Miami. The tour features 17 US stops before he heades overseas to wrap up the tour. Check below to find out if he is coming to a city near you.

The Club Paradise Tour – North American Dates


Feb. 14 – Miami, FL – BankUnited Center

Feb. 15 – Gainesville, FL – Stephen C. O’Connell Center

Feb. 17 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena

Feb. 18 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center

Feb. 21 – Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena

Feb. 22 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena

Feb. 24 – Tallahassee, FL – Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center

Feb. 25 – New Orleans, LA – UNO Lakefront Arena

Feb. 27 – Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center

Feb. 28 – Oklahoma City, OK – Chesapeake Energy Arena

March 1 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center

March 2 – Arlington, TX – College Park Center

March 4 – Tucson, AZ – Tucson Arena

March 5 – Los Angeles, CA – Galen Center

March 8 – Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center

March 10 – San Jose, CA – Event Center

March 11 – San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena

The Club Paradise Tour – European Dates

March 24 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena

March 26 – London, UK – London 02 Arena

March 29 – Sheffield, UK – Sheffield Motorpoint Arena

March 30 – Cardiff, UK – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

April 1 – Manchester, UK – Manchester MEN Arena

April 2 – Glasgow, Scotland – Glasgow SECC – Hall 4

April 5 – Paris, France – Palais Omnisport de Bercy

April 7 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National / Vorst Nationaal

April 8 – Amsterdam, Holland – Heineken Music Hall

April 10 – Frankfurt Germany – Jahrhunderthalle

April 12 – Berlin, Germany – Max Schleming Halle

April 13 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Valby Hallen

April 15 – Stockholm, Sweden – Ericsson Globe

April 16 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Spektrum

April 19 – Birmingham, England – Birmingham LG Arena

April 22 – Liverpool, England – Liverpool Echo Arena

April 23 – Newcastle, England – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

April 25 – Nottingham, England – Nottingham Capital FM Arena



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