Nas will be headlining and curating a festival in Australia known as “The Movement 2013.”
The festival will travel to four major Australian cities while the Queensbridge champion brings 2 Chainz, Joey Bada$$, Chiddy Bang, Angel Haze, Thundamentals, Spit Syndicate along for the ride. Commencing at the Sydney Pavilion on April 26th, the tour will continue to Melbourne, Brisbane and finally conclude at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium on April 30th.
Tickets are said to be available soon on Nas’ website.
Nas is set to perform at the upcoming Governor’s Ball in New York City in June, sharing the stage with artists like Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Kings Of Leon, Azealia Banks and many more.
This comes on the heels of his recently signed a deal with Hennessy to be part of their “Wild Rabbit” campaign, all while recording the follow up to his critically and commercially successful 2012 album, Life Is Good.
The aforementioned Life Is Good is also up for Rap Album Of The Year at this years Grammy Awards along with Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung collaboration for “Daughters” and “Cherry Wine,” respectively. The award show airs this Sunday, Febraury 10 on CBS.
Check out the tour dates for The Movement 2013 below.
April 26 – Hordern Pavilion – Sydney
April 27 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl – Melbourne
April 28 – Riverstage – Brisbane
April 30 – Red Hill Auditorium – Perth
[Spotted at HHDX]