Today, tickets are sale for DVSN’s Morning After World Tour, which begins January 21 in Vancouver, and includes stops in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boston. This comes just weeks after the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album, Morning After.

Purchase tickets HERE.

Listen to Morning After HERE.

Over the summer, the Canadian duo-Daniel Daley and Nineteen85- teased the Morning After‘s release, and their dedicated fan base immediately embraced the new music. The first single “Think About Me” has amassed more than 15 million cumulative streams and counting, while “Don’t Choose” surpassed 6 million and “Mood” racked up 2 million-plus. “P.O.V.” also highlights Nineteen85’s inimitable production and Daley’s expansive vocal range.

 “P.O.V.” also highlights Nineteen85’s inimitable and irresistible production and Daley’s expansive and enthralling vocal range.

With a delicate push-and-pull of production and powerhouse vocals, DVSN has quietly carved out a spot amongst the 21st century R&B vanguard. The Toronto group thrives on the interplay of three-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer Nineteen85 and vocalist Daniel Daley, igniting a staggering 157 million total streams to date. Their 2016 collaboration with Drake on “Faithful” (also featuring Pimp C) from the quadruple-platinum album Views led to their tenure touring with the award winning rapper on the Summer Sixteen Tour and the European Boy Meets World Tour. The group’s debut Sept. 5thbowed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top R&B Albums Chart.

Tour Dates

21 January – Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, BC

22 January – The Showbox – Seattle, WA

24 January – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA

25 January – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA

28 January – The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA

29 January – The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA

30 January – The Crescent Ballroom – Phoenix, AZ

01 February – Gothic Theatre – Denver, CO

03 February – Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX

05 February – House of Blues – Dallas, TX

06 February – The Ballroom at Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

08 February – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL

09 February – Revolution Live – Miami, FL

10 February – The Beacham – Orlando, FL

12 February – Center Stage Theater – Atlanta, GA

15 February – Majestic Theatre – Detroit, MI

16 February – House of Blues – Chicago, IL

21 February – Terminal 5 – New York, NY

22 February – The Fillmore Silver Spring – Silver Spring, MD

23 February – Theater of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA

25 February – Royale – Boston, MA

27 February – Mtelus – Montreal, QC

28 February – Rebel Toronto – Toronto, ON

11 March – Academy – Dublin, Ireland

13 March – The Garage – Glasgow, UK

15 March – Manchester Academy 2 – Manchester, UK

16 March – O2 Academy 2 Birmingham – Birmingham, UK

17 March – O2 Forum Kentish Town – London, UK

21 March – Élysée Montmartre – Paris, France

23 March – Botanique – Brussels, Belgium

24 March – Botanique – Amsterdam, Netherlands

26 March – Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld (CBE) – Cologne, Germany

27 March – Zoom – Frankfurt, Germany

29 March – Bi Nuu – Berlin, Germany

31 March – Pumpehuset – Stor Sal – Copenhagen, Denmark

03 April – Vulkan Arena – Oslo, Norway

04 April – Debaser Strand – Stockholm, Sweden

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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