Rod Wave just announced that he'll be taking an arena tour in the latter half of 2023, ending in the front half of 2024. Rod has been making massive strides for himself as he continues to become one of the biggest names in the music industry. Rod Wave has found a way to infuse the beats and flows of hip-hop while showcasing his R&B-like feelings and storytelling.

Many fans have stayed up late, watched countdowns, paid hundreds of dollars, and more to ensure that they could experience one of their favorite artists live. Fans in Michigan have had a couple of chances as he has made several stops within driving distance. Whenever he's in the Midwest it's an opportunity but it's easiest for Rod Wave fans in Michigan to see him at Little Ceasar's Arena(LCA) in Detroit.

Rod Wave has only been in Detroit 2 other times but has already announced that he will be back in the mitten state at LCA for a concert this fall. He has performed twice before once at LCA last year for the Independence Day Weekend Summer Slam event and another time at the Fillmore Theatre in 2021 for his Soulfly Tour. This time he's back but with a handful of feature artists as well.

The Rod Wave 2023 Nostalgia Tour is a 35-stop tour that will kick off October 19th in Lincoln Nebraska and will include G Herbo, Ari Lennox, Toosi, and Eelmatic as well. When the tour was announced and the list came out one of the first cities and venues to pop off the page was LCA in Detroit with the show starting at 8 and gates opening at 6:30 or 7 p.m.

Rod Wave and company will be in Detroit on Friday, October 27th at LCA. Tickets are already on sale, starting at $152 for nosebleed seats, $213 for lower bowl, and other ticket arrangements are not currently available. There is a possibility for Pit and Backstage/Meet and Greet will be available for purchase.

Rod Wave @ Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

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