Drake finally kicked off his Aubrey and the Three Amigos tour with Migos Sunday night. Tragically, the god of the 6 seemingly failed to include the timeless sad pop classic "Summer Games" in his setlist.
Still, there's plenty here to make the cost of admissions more than worth it. Drake and Migos performed their 2013 collab "Versace" together for the first time ever, a Ferrari floated above the crowd, Drake ran through a bit of Michael Jackson's "Rock With You," a fan took the stage for a basketball challenge, and much more.
Sunday's kickoff in Kansas City followed a pair of delays for the tour, which was originally set to begin July 26 in Salt Lake City. However, citing an effort "to deliver the high standard tour experience our fans expect and deserve," the opening date was pushed back before later being pushed back again. I had personally hoped both delays were due to Drake fine-tuning his live rendition of "Summer Games," but I appear to have been mistaken.
Also, here's a tip for those who still haven't secured tickets for the Aubrey and the Three Amigos date of their choice: If moshing to "Nonstop" and other mosh-ready cuts is your priority, then—by all means—hit the general admission section. But if you're looking to fully take in the visual experience of the tour, a traditional seat a little further away from the stage might be the way to go.
Shortly ahead of the tour kickoff, Drake's current No. 1 "In My Feelings" received its long overdue City Girls remix. Revisit that here.