Drake Announces the OVO Fest Summer Timeline on His Instagram Page

todayJuly 14, 2022

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While announcing the relaunch of his OVO brainchild to his 116 million Instagram followers, Drake announced that the OVO Fest will run for 3 days.

OVO is an acronym for October’s Very Own Drake’s label and clothing line. After a two-year hiatus following the covid 19 devastation, the October World Weekend is finally kicking off.

The OVO Fest Features Leading Artists

On day one which will be on July 28, their event will feature All Canadian North Stars. On the second day which will be on July 29, Lil Baby and Chris Brown will be the performing artists and they are expected to grace the stage.

On the last day of August 2, there will be a Young Money reunion featuring hip hop legends Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj.

The first show will take place in the 2,500-capacity History venue, the second and last events will be convened at 16,000-capacity Budweiser Stage.

The 2021 Show Lays Ground for Next Year’s

The 2023 OVO fest will expand beyond Drake’s home city of Toronto as the brand marks its 10th anniversary. According to Drake’s social media post, the event will be taken around the world although Drake is yet to reveal the cities that the lineup will tour.

Fans Can Buy the Tickets Online

Starting from July 15, the tickets for the three-day event will be available at While anointing the resumption of the OVO Fest, Drake poured out his heart and commended his fans for being loyal to him for all those years.

In the meantime, Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ album hit is making waves on the radio following its release on June 17. The star released a video for the ‘Falling Back,’ song. Other singles that are set to be released to radio are ‘massive’ and ‘sticky’. The latter will be sent to Pop radio and the former will go to urban and rhythm radio.

Written by: Jessica Sommerfield

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