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drake montreal

Montreal is set to be the celeb hotspot this summer. A slew of big names are set to grace our streets with their presence at various Montreal events from concerts at Centre Bell and Place Bell to outdoor music festivals and Just For Laughs.

For those eager to set their sights on a few of their favourite A-listers, we've got you covered with the inside scoop on when they'll be in Montreal and where you'll be able to see them.

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Drake and 21 Savage announced the It's All A Blur tour and will be touching down at the Bell Centre in Montreal on July 14 and 15, 2023. Tickets are currently available for presale on Ticketmaster for Evenko members and exclusive fan groups (general on-sale will begin Friday, March 17 at 12 p.m.) and fans are losing it over the outrageous prices.

Shania Twain and Beyonce ticket prices also stirred up some major controversy but it seems as if Drake's ticket prices are taking the cake.

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British model and philanthropist Naomi Campbell is coming to Montreal to attend C2, an annual business conference taking place this year between September 26 and 28. Campbell will be one of the event's eight confirmed speakers, organizers announced Wednesday.

Campbell, of course, is one of the world's most iconic supermodels, having partnered with brands from Louis Vuitton to Versace. She's the founder of Fashion For Relief, which C2 says has helped to "[raise] funds for various environmental and humanitarian causes" since 2005.

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On August 2, Drake dropped the music video for his song "Sticky," the seventh track off his album Honestly, Nevermind released on June 17. The video shows the Canadian singer mostly on the move, hopping in and out of planes, boats and automobiles between shows, dinners, clubs and a dip in a pool.

The first sequence shows clips of Drake's May appearance at Montreal's Metro Metro music festival, as well as a drive through what appears to be the Ville-Marie Tunnel and down a street with a view that resembles that from boulevard Robert-Bourassa south of rue Notre-Dame downtown.

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We're on "Drake watch." After performing at the Metro Metro festival, Drake quietly made several stops in Montreal — including at a bridal shower at the local Ritz-Carlton on Sunday.

Friends of bride-to-be Catherine Hamel organized Drake's surprise visit through mutual acquaintances, Hamel's best friend, Sabrina Adams, told Narcity Québec.

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Drake is known for being one of Canada's biggest artists, and rightfully so. While the Toronto-born star may live an international lifestyle, his love for Canada appears to have gone nowhere, especially following his most recent visit to Montreal bar Ziggy's Pub, located at 1470, rue Crescent.

The God's Plan rapper frequents the 6ix as often as he can, but Toronto isn't the only city Drake is showing love for.

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