Drake and Future have added 15 dates to the “Summer Sixteen Tour.”

The duo now have a total of 54 stops throughout the United States and Canada.

The tour also includes OVO Fest, which is scheduled to be held in Drake’s hometown of Toronto July 29 through August 1.

Presale for the new tour dates is to be held Monday (May 23) according to Drizzy’s Instagram post announcing the new dates.

See Drake’s Instagram post with the new “Summer Sixteen Tour” dates below and scroll for the full tour schedule.

New Dates Added US Pre-Sales Start Mon – May 23, 2016 With American Express #SummerSixteenTour

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(This article was last updated April 27, 2016 and is as follows.)

Drake has announced more dates for the “Summer Sixteen Tour” that he is set to embark on with Future. Additional stops are set for Atlanta, Oakland and Vancouver. A third show in each New York and Los Angeles has been announced. The date in Seattle has changed to the neighboring city of Tacoma, Washington.

The OVO Fest, which is held each year in Drake‘s hometown of Toronto, is set to be held July 29 through August 1. The first night is said to feature an OVO Bounce event and be part of Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa’s “The High Road Tour.” July 31 and August 1 are slated to each host a date of the “Summer Sixteen Tour” at the Air Canada Centre.

See Drake’s Twitter with the new itinerary for the “Summer Sixteen Tour” with Future below:

(This article was first published April 25, 2016 and is as follows.)

With Views From the 6 around the corner, Drake took to Twitter today (April 25) to announce his seventh annual OVO Fest and the “Summer Sixteen Tour” with Future.

The OVO Fest, which is held each year in Drake’s hometown of Toronto, is set to be held July 29 through August 1. The first night is said to feature an OVO Bounce event and be part of Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa’s “The High Road Tour.” July 31 and August 1 are slated to each host a date of the “Summer Sixteen Tour” at the Air Canada Centre.

The full tour with Future is said to consist of 32 dates across the United States and Canada. OVO’s Roy Woods and dvsn are slated to be the opening acts. The “Summer Sixteen Tour” is named after the single that Drake released in January. Tickets for the tour are to go on sale Friday (April 29), the same day that Drake’s Views From the 6 album is slated to release exclusively on Apple Music.

Future and Drake released the collaborative What a Time to Be Alive project in September. The Canadian rapper also appeared on Future’s Dirty Sprite 2.

View Drake’s announcements for the seventh annual OVO Fest and the “Summer Sixteen Tour” with Future below along with the dates for “Summer Sixteen Tour”:

7/20 – Austin, TX

7/21 – Dallas, TX

7/23 – Kansas City, MO

7/24 – St. Paul, MN

7/26 – Chicago, IL

7/27 – Chicago, IL

7/28 – Detroit, MI

7/31 – Toronto, ON

8/1 – Toronto, ON

8/4 – New York, NY

8/5 – New York, NY

8/6 – New York, NY (UPDATE)

8/10 – Boston, NY

8/12 – Buffalo, NY

8/13 – Columbus, OH

8/14 – Nashville, TN

8/16 – Detroit, MI (UPDATE 2)

8/17 – Pittsburgh, PA

8/19 – Washington, D.C.

8/20 – Washington, D.C. (UPDATE)

8/21 – Philadelphia, PA

8/23 – Greensboro, NC

8/25 – Atlanta, GA

8/26 – Atlanta, GA (UPDATE)

8/27 – Tampa, FL

8/30 – Miami, FL

8/31 – Miami, FL (UPDATE)

9/2 – New Orleans, LA

9/3 – Houston, TX

9/4 – Houston, TX

9/6 – Phoenix, AZ

9/7 – Los Angeles, CA

9/9 – Los Angeles, CA

9/10 – Los Angeles, CA (UPDATE)

9/11 – Las Vegas, NV

9/13 – Oakland, CA

9/14 – Oakland, CA (UPDATE)

9/16 – Tacoma, WA (UPDATE)

9/17 – Vancouver, BC

9/18 – Vancouver, BC (UPDATE)

9/20 – Edmonton, AB (UPDATE 2)

9/24 – San Jose, CA (UPDATE 2)

9/27 – Los Angeles, CA (UPDATE 2)

9/28 – Los Angeles, CA (UPDATE 2)

10/1 – Denver, CO (UPDATE 2)

10/4 – Des Moines, IA (UPDATE 2)

10/5 – Chicago, IL (UPDATE 2)

10/7 – Montreal, QC (UPDATE 2)

10/8 – Toronto, ON (UPDATE 2)

10/9 – Toronto, ON (UPDATE 2)

10/11 – Brooklyn, NY (UPDATE 2)

10/12 – Brooklyn, NY (UPDATE 2)

10/13 – Philadelphia, PA (UPDATE 2)

10/15 – Newark, NJ (UPDATE 2)

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