Drake's First Ever Concert Special To Air In The U.S. On Nov. 24th
Drake's September 29th performance at Radio City Music Hall will be the subject of an exclusive special that will air on Thanksgiving Eve (November 24th) on Fuse.
"Fuse Presents: Drake Live From Radio City Music Hall" is the Toronto, Canada native's first ever, full-length televised concert in the United States.
The event, which is presented by Sprite, will feature special guests Trey Songz, Birdman, Fabolous and others.
"If I could perform every night and make it to every city, I would," Drake said in a statement. "Partnering with Fuse to broadcast my Radio City show allows me to perform for the fans who weren't able to make it out to my Light Dreams & Nightmares Tour. Performing at a venue like Radio City is an honor and I'm excited that Fuse has given me a chance to preserve it."
If that's not enough for fans of the Grammy nominated rapper, on the day of November 24th, Fuse is airing an all-day Drake takeover, which will include a half-hour block of the rapper's music videos.
"We are thrilled that global artist Drake will become the latest performer to be part of the 'Fuse Presents' concert series, in his first ever televised show," added David Clark, executive vice president, general manager of Fuse. "With help from our presenting sponsor, The Coca-Cola Company, fans have access to the hottest concerts and exclusive programming from Madison Square Garden's iconic venues, such as this not-to-be-missed performance at Radio City Music Hall."
Drake's concert "Fuse Presents: Drake Live From Radio City Music Hall" airs on November 24th at 9:00 PM EST.