Nas and Damian Marley announce International Tour Dates

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

The long-awaited album from Nas and Damian Marley came earlier this year. Unlike most hyped-up albums, it actually lived up to the expecations. While the album did not sell as well as many media outlets expected, it was a critical success. Nas and Damian Marley proved two talented people could come together and leave egos aside.

Since they were able to deal with each other long enough to put together an entire album, they have more plans. A cult following was created after the success of the album. Nas and Damian Marley already had fans from all across the world. Now, as a duo, they plan to travel the world and meet these people.

Beginning in February, Nas and Damian Marley will team up for the Distant Relatives tour.

02/09 Kona Bowl (Kailua-Kona, HI)
02/12 Centennial Park (Sydney, Australia)
02/13 Flemington Racecourse / The Nursery (Flemington, Austrailia)
02/16 TSB Bank Area (Wellington, New Zealand)
02/17 Logan Campbell Centre (Auckland, New Zealand)
02/19 Parkland Showgrounds (Gold Coast, Australia)
02/20 Claremont Showground (Claremont, Australia)
02/23 MP Hall (Osaka, Japan)
02/24 Zepp (Tokyo, Japan)
02/25 Bay Hall (Yokohama, Japan)
02/26 Kakaako Beach Park Amphitheater (Honolulu, HI)
02/27 Maui Arts and Cultural Center (Maui, HI)


03/22 Circus Nightclub (Helsinki, Finland)
03/23 Samfunnet (Bodo, Norway)
03/24 Verkstedet (Tromso, Norway)
03/25 Samfundet (Trondheim, Norway)
03/26 USF Verftet (Bergen, Norway)
03/27 Folken (Stavanger, Norway)
03/29 Sentrum Scene (Oslo, Norway)

Distant Relatives

03/13 Wembley Arena (London, UK)
04/01 Glasgow O2 Academy (Glasgow, UK)
04/02 Manchester Apollo (Manchester, UK)
04/04 Ancienne Belgique (Brussels, Belgium)
04/05 Zenith (Paris, France)
04/07 Caprices Festival (Crans Montana, Switzerland)
04/08 Komplex (Zurich, Switzerland)
04/09 Palasharp (Milan, Italy)
04/11 Paradiso (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
04/14 Atlantico Pavilion (Lisbon, Portugal)

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