Get ready for an unforgettable night as DJ Khaled and The Kid LAROI are set to perform at the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, kicking off this weekend!

The highly anticipated series between the Edmonton Oilers and Florida Panthers begins on Saturday, June 8. To add to the excitement, the Australian rapper and singer The Kid LAROI will be performing live outside the Amerant Bank Arena in Sunrise, Florida at 6 p.m. ET.

Following suit, DJ Khaled, known for his hit ‘Wild Thoughts,’ will take the stage on Monday, June 10, in the same location, ensuring fans get a double dose of top-tier entertainment. And the best part? No tickets are required to attend these performances, making it easily accessible for everyone. Snippets from both shows will also be featured in the broadcasts, adding an extra layer of thrill for the viewers at home.

In another twist, Canadian superstar Drake, who’s known for his gambling ventures, has placed hefty bets on both the NBA Finals and the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. Earlier this week, Drake shared a screenshot of his Stake bet, revealing a $500,000 wager on the Dallas Mavericks to win the NBA Finals and the same amount on the Edmonton Oilers for the Stanley Cup Finals. If his predictions hold, he stands to win a staggering total of $2.4 million.

Drake’s betting escapades are well-known, especially after he broke the so-called ‘Drake curse’ by winning over $1 million on the Super Bowl LVIII earlier this year. Betting $1.15 million on the Kansas City Chiefs, he ended up pocketing $2.346 million in winnings. He even shared a cheeky post on social media, referencing Taylor Swift and her fanbase, the ‘Swifties,’ due to her relationship with Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce.

Drake’s attachment to his bets adds another layer of intrigue to the series, and fans will be keen to see if his wagers pay off.

With DJ Khaled and The Kid LAROI set to light up the NHL Finals and Drake’s high-stakes bets adding drama, this weekend promises to be unforgettable for both hockey fans and music lovers alike.

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