Canadian rapper Drake is teaming up with Atlanta rap trio Migos for a 41-date arena tour across the country starting this summer. Their fans on Twitter are already tweeting about their excitement and are ready to buy their tickets, which go on sale to the general public on Friday, May 15.

The massive tour kicks off on July 26 in Salt Lake City, Utah and ends with two shows in Atlanta on November 16 and 17. Along the way, the popular rappers will perform in cities across the U.S. and Canada including Los Angeles, New York, Detroit, Miami, Boston, and Toronto to name a few.

What to expect from the Drake and Migos tour

Drake is featured on Migos' latest single, "Walk It Talk It." Fans and news outlets are already speculating that the concert will feature a recreation of the music video for single, in which Drake stars with Migos in a Soul Train-inspired dance show.

Migos debuted in 2009 and quickly gained popularity with their 2013 hit song, 'Versace'. The group won the BET Awards for Best Group and Best Collaboration for their song "Bad and Boujee" (featuring Lil Uzi Vert) in 2017. They released their third album, "Culture II", earlier this year and it has become their second number one album in the United States.

Rapper Future joined Drake on his previous North American tour in 2016.

The tour earned over $84.3 million and is the highest-grossing hip-hop tour of all time. He also holds the record for the most single-day streams ever on Spotify with his song "God's Plan." His singles "Nice For What" and "God's Plan" are currently on the Hot 100 chart, holding the second and third place, respectively.

Drake is always working hard

Drake teased his next album Scorpion on Instagram in April, and it is expected to drop in June of this year.

Drizzy has also been collaborating with emerging Atlanta rapper Lil Baby. Their song, "Yes Indeed", released last Friday and has a five-star rating on iTunes. Canadian classic pop singer Paul Anka has also announced that he and Drake are working on new music together.

Meek Mill also expressed interest in collaborating with the rapper. In a recent interview about his recent prison release on Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning, Meek expressed gratitude to Drake for supporting the Free Meek campaign. The two have a history of feuding. They exchanged diss tracks after Meek Mill accused Drake of using a ghostwriter. Drake stopped performing those songs in January 2017.