Drake Has Dinner on 50-Yard Line of Stadium To Celebrate Artist of the Decade Award

Renting out the entire 70,000 capacity SoFi Stadium.

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Shortly after accepting his Artist of the Decade Award at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, Drake threw himself a major after-party surrounded by his father, son Adonis and friends.

Renting out the 70,000 capacity SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, the Canadian artist hosted a dinner party on the 50-yard line to mark his achievement. Aside from having his name and “Artist of the Decade” plastered on the massive screen inside the stadium, champagne towers and bars were set up throughout the entire stadium. Drake reportedly made his way to the venue after dining at The Nice Guy and took in a massive light show set to “Toosie Slide.” Other artists that made it to the event included the likes of Chris Brown, DJ Khaled, Doja Cat, SZA and The Weeknd.

Check out Drake’s Instagram posts marking the night below.

 

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