21 Savage is preparing to come “home” with the announcement of his first-ever UK gig later this year. The Slaughter Gang leader will go to the United Kingdom later this year for his debut headlining show, which will take place on November 30 at London’s The O2 Arena. Savage formally became a permanent resident of the United States earlier this month, allowing him to travel freely outside the country once more.
Over the weekend, he made his first trip north of the border to join Drake and close up the It’s All A Blur Tour in Drake’s hometown of Toronto. 21 had previously not appeared on any of the tour’s other Canadian dates. The pre-sale for the London event will begin on Wednesday (October 11), with the general public able to purchase tickets on Friday (October 13) through Live Nation.
On Saturday (October 7), 21 Savage previewed his homecoming concert with a short clip on Instagram, which was soundtracked by Skylar Grey’s “Coming Home” and featured footage of him as a child. Drake added “we’re” to the comment area, implying that he’ll be joining 21 over the pond for the London debut show. Last week, Billboard claimed that 21 Savage is planning an extensive international tour.