Drake continues to make history in the music industry, adding another remarkable achievement to his already impressive touring record. During his recent It’s All a Blur Tour, he left a remarkable mark by becoming the first rapper ever to surpass $5 million in revenue from a single arena concert in the United States.
The Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., played host to two back-to-back sold-out shows on July 28 and 29, each raking in an astonishing average of $5.032 million in ticket sales, resulting in a combined total of $10.064 million across the two nights.
The concerts witnessed a remarkable turnout, with approximately 34,303 attendees who were willing to pay an average ticket price of $293.40.
These staggering figures not only make it the highest-grossing concert of Drake’s illustrious career but also serve as a testament to his immense popularity and unwavering fan base.