Rod Wave: Nostalgia Tour
AG Entertainment Touring and Mammoth, Inc. today announced the Rod Wave ‘Nostalgia Tour’ is headed to FedExForum next month on Monday, Nov. 20. This large-scale multi-city outing will feature Rod Wave headlining with supporting acts including Ari Lennox, Toosii and Eelmatic.
Tickets for Rod Wave’s Nostalgia Tour go on sale to the general public this Friday, Oct. 27, at 10 a.m. at www.ticketmaster.com and the FedExForum Box Office. An exclusive FedExForum presale for the Nostalgia Tour is available Thursday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. for current Memphis Grizzlies MVP Season Ticket Members, recipients of FedExForum Event Alert e-mails and texts and subscribers of Grizzlies e-News.About Rod Wave
Blessed with a special singing voice, and an uncanny gift for songwriting, Florida's Rod Wave is taking his own path to the top of the game. Coming through with a soulful set of Southern sing-raps, the St. Petersburg native has built a groundswell of regional support and blossomed into a national streaming phenomenon. After releasing 3 projects in a 12-month span – Hunger Games 3, PTSD, and the platinum-certified Ghetto Gospel – Rod first erupted onto the scene with the viral 3x-platinum “Heart On Ice." His debut album, Pray 4 Love, was certified platinum within a year of release, propelled by the TikTok crossover moment "Rags2Riches." He surpassed Pray 4 Love one year later with SoulFly, which became Rod’s first-ever #1 album on the Billboard charts. After embarking on his 35-date nationwide SoulFly tour in the fall, Rod released two massive singles, the platinum-certified “By Your Side” and the Hank Williams-sampling "Cold December." The two singles set the stage for his forthcoming third studio album, Beautiful Mind, which also debuted #1 on the Billboard charts. Rod released his 4th studio album, Nostalgia, in September. His most self-reflective work to date, Nostalgia cements Rod’s place as one of the pioneers of “pain music,” a fitting title to bestow on someone whose catalog has amassed over 15 billion streams to date.