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The Away From Home Tour

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Drake will embark on a month long college tour after the release of his debut album, Thank Me Later. Confirmed dates are below:

4/06/2010 Charleston, IL Eastern Illinois University
4/07/2010 Columbus, OH Private Location
4/09/2010 State College, PA Penn State University
4/10/2010 Boston, MA Private Location
4/11/2010 Lock Haven, PA Private Location
4/14/2010 East Lansing, MI Michigan State University
4/15/2010 Rochester Hills, MI Oakland University
4/16//2010 Morgantown, WV West Virginia University
4/21/2010 Orlando, FL University Central Florida
4/22/2010 Greenville, SC Furman University
4/24/2010 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
4/26/2010 Kansas City, MO University of Missouri – Kansas City
4/27/2010 Lexington, KY University of Kentucky
4/29/2010 Lowell, MA University Mass Lowell
4/30/2010 Syracuse, NY Private Location
5/01/2010 Boston, MA Private Location
5/01/2010 East Rutherford, NJ Bamboozle Festival
5/04/2010 Worcester, MA Holy Cross
5/05/2010 Towson, MD Towson University
5/06/2010 Cheyney, PA Cheyney University
5/07/2010 Ithaca, NY Private Location
5/08/2010 Plymouth, NH Private Location

There’s one show (April 23rd) that’s yet to be announced/

Featuring opening acts K-OS and Francis & the Lights.

via OCTOBER’S VERY OWN


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33 Responses to “The Away From Home Tour”

  1. EnglandRepresent Says:

    I wonder if this new generation of Wayne/Drake/Hamilton loving rap fans can even appreciate a true master of the genre like Pun. I’m just sayin you ain’t from that era, you ain’t got that decade in your blood, you was still sucking on your mother’s rancid mammories. You can try and do the knowledge but you wasn’t around when Pun, Big L, Biggie was dropping albums and guest spots, anticipating new material which you ain’t gonna find on the Net and especially bein in the UK you had to try hard as fuck to get that material or sit up for the Westwood radio show (sad as it is) with your cassette tape recording that shit. This new generation of rap fans ain’t know nothing about it, everything changes but so has the claibre of this shit. Which is why could not give two squirts of duck shit about a Drake or a Wayne or any of these other new autotune singing quasi rappers.

  2. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    this dude has 4 dates in MA.

    college students FTW.

  3. COIS Says:

    why this cite is bent on posting info about a boy band rapper bewilders the shit out of me…but if teeny bopper pop stars are in then fuk it.

  4. joffe jo Says:

    England Reppa preach

  5. joffe jo Says:

    rancid mammories lol

  6. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    everything changes but so has the claibre of this shit.

    ^

    yep. *daps eng*

  7. why? Says:

    Lol the west coast Degrassi fans are mad. I don’t like most of Drake’s music but being at a concert full of college girls >>>

  8. COIS Says:

    the embrace of drake into the hip-hop community is probably one of the strongest indications of the artistic and aesthetical decay that is prominent in the genre today.

  9. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    being at a concert full of college girls >>>

    ^

    YEP!

  10. Fruurrr Says:

    when does thank me later come out? someone know?

  11. 456 Says:

    the embrace of drake into the hip-hop community is probably one of the strongest indications of the artistic and aesthetical decay that is prominent in the genre today.

    ^that’s what the jazz niggas said about hiphop. it’s too easy to say our shit is better than your shit. you need more analysis…

  12. iller than ill Says:

    Drake is nothing special.

    k-os is sick though!

  13. samsohn Says:

    Ithaca, NY = THUMPTY NATION

  14. COIS Says:

    456 Says:

    February 8th, 2010 at 9:11 pm
    the embrace of drake into the hip-hop community is probably one of the strongest indications of the artistic and aesthetical decay that is prominent in the genre today.

    ^that’s what the jazz niggas said about hiphop. it’s too easy to say our shit is better than your shit. you need more analysis
    _______________________________________________

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    if it needs more than that in this context, than you dumb fuks is stuck on stupid…or wait for my dissertation, cock suckers.

  15. OriginaL Says:

    no cali love?

  16. Nice Says:

    englandrepper is crying, hand the baby its bottle?

  17. sb Says:

    Massachusetts getting our love. Too bad this dood is cornball.

  18. sb Says:

    but the girls with low self esteem will show up. so that’s good for him.

  19. cuetheduckboats Says:

    horrible chose form plymoth st spring fling, drake just plain isnt any good.

  20. Kam Says:

    Hahah, gotta love the haters who actually take time to post on here. Zzzzz..

  21. Dom Says:

    This should be a good tour….Drizzy coming through to my school, Imma be there

  22. sweeeeeet Says:

    Haters go hang out at meatspin

    This is awesome

  23. killmenow Says:

    Where and When are tix dropping? Gotta be cheap for a college tour.

  24. slegato Says:

    K-oS should be headlining this tour… his shit is on point while Drake is an Actor playin the part..

  25. ijackeverything Says:

    i would rather stick a fork n my eye then watch this suspect possibly gay dude in concert. hip hop is just about dead. it is going down hill fast. not a hater i know hip hop. drake is sugar pop.

  26. DJ BLACk Says:

    LOL AT K-OS BEING ADDED TO THIS TOUR, FAKE ASS WAYNE PLANTED HIS IGNORANT ASS IN HIS GENRE AND SOLD HIS SHIT OUT. K-OS SHOULD HAVE TOLD HIM TO FUCK OFF

  27. DJ BLACk Says:

    and CHARLES HAMILTON WOULD BE WHERE DRAKE IS AND THEN SOME IF THE INDUSTRY REFLECTED TALENT AND NOT HEBRE…I MEAN BUSINESS DEALS

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  29. You guys arent very bright Says:

    This is really just an expansion of hip hop. For you to say that Hip Hop is dead like Nas’s over dramatic ass is stupid. Its just the way rock did it expands genres music has to grow if everyone still rapped like KRS one Big Pun (who wasnt even that good) would be rediculous and the genre would only be listened to by a few people. I personally dont like Drake that much other than the fact that it brings the girls but he is definitely a fairly talented rhymer regardless of the content. What is rap/ hip hop other than the fact there is word play and it rhymes. For you to say that is dead is rediculous. Also J.Cole for the record is the best new comer if you dont already know get on it and if youve heard him you already understand.

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