Drake (formally known as Aubrey "Drake" Graham) may be a relative newcomer to the music scene, but that doesn't stop Drake tickets from selling like hotcakes in any venue this rap sensation is scheduled to perform.
History of Drake Tickets
Drake's musical career began just five short years ago, with the release of his debut mixtape Room for Improvement. This release received a decent response, but it was his following mixtape, released the next year, that really helped this rising star claim his place in the music industry, with plenty of play on both MTV and BET television networks.
In 2009, Drake released his third mixtape, followed by his first major label debut album last year. "Thank Me Later" features hit songs like the title track, "Find Your Love" and "Miss Me," which continue to sell Drake tickets across the country. This Canadian singer and actor appears to be a coming force in the pop music industry, with a loyal following that continues to grow with every album release and concert tour.
What to Expect with Drake Tickets
While Drake may be a newer face on the music scene, he is not new to show business, thanks to his stint as a child actor on Degrassi: The Next Generation. This performer knows how to woo a crowd, with a show that calls on his own talent, as well as the reputations of others, to get his audience worked into a serious frenzy.
Women purchase Drake tickets in droves, and they push toward the stage to get closer to the singer at every invitation. Drake seems to love the attention, asking which woman will go home with him and even bringing one lucky Drake ticket holder up on stage for a brief kiss and squeeze in front of the crowd!
Technically, the show is fairly straightforward, primarily relying on lighting, lasers and Drake's own charisma to keep the crowd engaged. There are fireworks that go off during the song "Fireworks," but that is about the extent of pyrotechnics you will see. Still, the crowd doesn't appear to notice anything lacking, as Drake has them eating from his hand almost from the first beat of the music.
Who Should Attend?
Drake tickets primarily go to the twenty-something set, although a few diehard rap fans in the older age brackets might also enjoy watching this young performer strut his stuff. Unlike other rap concerts, Drake pulls in a culturally diverse crowd, thanks to his eclectic mix of music that appeals to a broader audience base.