Watch Drake Surprise Fans Waiting for Pit Wristbands to It’s All a Blur Show

According to one fan, Drake was "so sweet and casual" when he noticed the fans waiting outside in chairs and decided to say hello.

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As any fellow frequenter of the live show experience can attest, getting a good spot in the pit at stadium or arena shows typically requires waiting in line for quite some time to secure a wristband for access. In fact, fans determined to get their choice of viewing area sometimes go as far as lining up outside the venue long before doors are anywhere near being opened, as seen in a clip showing Drakethusiasts outside the Chase Center in San Francisco this weekend.

As seen below, TikTok user @anabellugo6 shared footage on Saturday showing Drake surprising fans outside the venue where he and 21 Savage performed back-to-back nights on their It's All a Blur tour.


dont lose your voice i need to hear it tomorrow 😭 CANT BELIEVE I MET YOU #drake #chasecenter #sf

♬ original sound - Anabel Lugo

“I lost my voice,” Drake told one fan as he offered hugs and encouragement. When someone responded that he “better have it for tomorrow,” Drake confirmed that he would while also wishing the fans “good luck” in finding ideal pit locations.

“I will, I will. I always get it back,” he said. “That’s the best part. But anyway, good luck. I’ll see you tomorrow, I guess in the pit.”

In a comment, the TikTok user noted that Drake was “so sweet and casual,” adding that he “pulled up” on the fans because he saw chairs and “wanted to say hi.”

It’s All a Blur continues on Monday with the first of two shows at the Arena in Los Angeles before the “Summer Games” sequel denier takes the show to Seattle, Vancouver, Las Vegas, Austin, Nashville, and more.

The tour has been riddled with tossed bras, at least one of which launched a multi-chaptered investigation. More recently, Drake’s dad joining the bra-based hoopla by trollingly tossing a comically massive brassiere to the stage in Inglewood.

Bras are fine, but books? Maybe don’t toss those, or anything with the potential to really fucking hurt, to the stage. 

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