“Would You Like A Tour?”

No, we’re not asking you if you would like a tour, that’s the name of Drake‘s tour to support his third studio album ‘Nothing Was The Same,’ which is due out later this year … and GOT has partnered with Live Nation to give away a pair of tickets to one lucky winner to see Drake in concert this fall at the venue of their choice!

Announced last month, Drake’s “Would You Like A Tour?” will travel to 41 cities all over North America, and he will be accompanied by Miguel, as well as Future on select dates.

The tour is slated to kick-off on September 25th in Portland Oregon and will make stops in Chicago, New York, Atlanta, New Orleans and other North American cites — including Vancouver, BC and Ottawa, ON in Canada — before wrapping up in Los Angeles on November 25th.

To enter the contest, all you have to do is leave a comment below telling us your favorite Drake collaboration. It can be ANY song, as long as it’s a song he recorded with another artist.


My favorite Drake collaboration is “No Lie” with 2 Chainz!

Be sure to use a valid e-mail address when leaving your comment because that is how we will contact you if we pick you as the winner. So use an e-mail address that you check often, because if you miss our e-mail, then you’ll miss out on winning the tickets.

The contest ends Sunday, August 11th 2012 at midnight EST. The lucky winner will be announced the following day on the site and contacted via e-mail.

Tip: Make sure you are following us on Twitter and/or “Like” us on Facebook, as it will increase your chances of winning by 1,000 percent!!!

CLICK HERE For more info. on the tour — including how to get tickets and the dates/venues Drake will be playing!

IMPORTANT NOTE: This contest is restricted to residents in the United States and Canada Only, while supplies last. Winner will be chosen at random and will be expected to arrange for travel on their own. In the event that the date you choose is sold out, you must either pick another tour date to attend or forfeit your tickets.

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