This fall, AG Entertainment Touring and Mammoth, Inc. proudly present the “Rod Wave - Nostalgia Tour.” This large-scale multi-city outing will feature Rod Wave headlining 35 of North America’s top arenas coast-to-coast including Little Caesars Arena on Friday, October 27 at 8 p.m. The tour will visit major markets throughout the continent with supporting acts Ari Lennox, Toosii, and Eelmatic.
“The Rod Wave – Nostalgia Tour” celebrates the St. Petersburg native’s fourth studio album, Nostalgia, which will be released Friday, September 15. Nostalgia is the follow up to Rod’s chart-topping, platinum certified Beautiful Mind album, which was also the fourth consecutive platinum-certified project of his career. The three singles that have been released from this year’s album, including lead single “Fight The Feeling,” have already amassed close to 350M streams to-date.
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 is set to release his forthcoming 4th studio album, Nostalgia, this Fall. 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.