GRAMMY® Award-nominated platinum-certified Toronto rapper and producer NAV shares his new single “Freshman List” and the details and dates for his first-ever North American headlining tour. It kicks off on April 24th at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA, rolls through major markets across the country, and concludes May 23rd at Saint Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI.

Check out the full itinerary below. Tickets go on-sale Today, March 16th at 10am local time. Get them HERE.

Listen to the new single “Freshman List” HERE.

Additionally, his 2017 breakout single “Myself” is now certified platinum by the RIAA.


4/24     Santa Ana, CA                        The Observatory
4/26     Los Angeles, CA                     The Novo
4/27     San Diego, CA                        SoMo
4/29     Vancouver, BC                       The Commodore Ballroom
4/30     Portland, OR                           Roseland Theater
5/1       Seattle, WA                             The Showbox
5/3       Calgary, AB                            The Palace Theatre
5/4       Edmonton, AB                        Union Hall
5/7       Denver, CO                             Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
5/9       Dallas, TX                               South Side Music Hall
5/11     Austin, TX                               Emo’s Austin
5/14     Houston, TX                            House of Blues Houston
5/16     Atlanta, GA                             Buckhead Theatre
5/18     New York, NY                         Irving Plaza
5/19     Washington, D.C.                   9:30 Club
5/20     Philadelphia, PA                     TLA
5/21     Boston, MA                             Royale Nightclub
5/23     Detroit, MI                               Saint Andrew’s Hall

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