Drake Is Coming To Montreal

And he's bringing the Jungle along!
Drake Is Coming To Montreal

Drake? In Montreal? So many stars coming in the city lately, but we too can't believe it! Still hot from his moment with Madonna last night, Drake just announced his new "Jungle" Tour in support of his latest album "If You're Reading This It's Too Late".

Drake already surprised the city last November, doing an impromptu performance at PARTYNEXTDOOR's show and left fans drooling for some more of his Drakeness. Somebody's prayers have been answered and Aubrey will be at the Bell Center on May 31st 2015. I mean, are you as excited as we are for this?

For more info on the concert click HERE.

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