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Want Drake It’s All a Blur Tour Tickets for San Francisco’s Chase Center? It’ll Cost You Over $400

Written by Joel UmanzorPublished Aug. 17, 2023 • 3:00pm
Drake and 21 Savage will perform Friday and Saturday at the Chase Center during the San Francisco leg of the It's All a Blur Tour. | Source: Marcelo Hernandez/Getty Images

If you’re thinking about getting a last-minute ticket to see Drake during his two-day San Francisco leg of the It’s All a Blur Tour at the Chase Center, then perhaps you should be ready to die with no money.

Tickets for the Drizzy shows are currently going for upward of $400 for cheaper seating sections on various ticket exchange websites.

On Ticketmaster, the cheapest ticket available as of Thursday morning was listed at $450 in section 222. Similarly, StubHub’s cheapest ticket listed for Friday night’s concert was $450 in section 203—the most expensive floor seats available were listed for more than $3,000.

Drake plays San Francisco's Chase Center on Friday and Saturday. | Source: Jane Tyska/MediaNews Group/The Mercury News via Getty Images

On Vivid Seats, second-deck tickets were listed at $415 for section 203, while SeatGeek had the cheapest ticket online, with seats in sections 203 and 209 listed at $406 each.

If you’re looking to get closer to the action, tickets for general admission on the floor level near the stage are pushing $1,700 on Ticketmaster. SeatGeek and StubHub have the cheapest floor tickets The Standard could find—for over $900.

Parking passes for Friday night’s concert at one of the Chase Center’s parking garages blocks from the venue have already sold out, according to Ticketmaster. SeatGeek has parking passes advertised around the Chase Center as low as $39 for Friday and Saturday nights.

It’s All a Blur hits the Bay Area as the four-time Grammy-winning Canadian entertainer is set to release his eighth studio album, For All the Dogs, which is slated for release later in August or possibly in September.

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