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NF The Search Tour
August 3, 2020 @ 8:00 pm
$23.50 – $49.50
Photo credit: John Taylor Sweet
Rock out to some “real music”. This NF Cincinnati show will be explosive!
After the launch of his current sold-out tour, chart-topping rapper NF announces the second North American leg of “The Search Tour”. Last month NF topped the Billboard charts with The Search, with another #1 album.
NF at PNC Pavilion originally scheduled for May 7th has been rescheduled to Monday, August 3rd. Tickets purchased for the original date will be honored for the rescheduled date. For any further ticket inquiries please reach out to point of purchase.
Hurry and register for your presale tickets. Limit 6 tickets per person.
Parking at PNC Pavilion
Parking is included in the price of every ticket. Ample parking is available in all surrounding lots labeled Event Parking. Additional parking for concerts will be available at Coney Island.
Accessible parking is available in all lots. Parking attendants at the main Coney gate will direct patrons to the appropriate location.
Patrons must have the appropriate pass to access the Season Ticket Parking Lot located at Gate 5.
The Michigan-bred Feuerstein endured a hardship-filled childhood in which his parents divorced, his mother’s boyfriend physically abused him, and his mother eventually killed herself. Music was his only escape, and he began recording songs on a karaoke machine, with instrumentals on one microphone and his raps in the other. Feuerstein independently released his debut album, Moments, in 2010.
Last month NF topped the Billboard charts with The Search, with another #1 album. Released on NF Real Music/Caroline, The Search sold 130,000 equivalent album units, and now boasts more than 120 million global streams to date.
As a result, The Search marks the rapperâs second consecutive album to land at number one on the Billboard Top 200, following 2017âs multi-platinum certified Perception. Also, NF surprised the industry with Perceptionâs success with The Search – selling more than double his previous chart-topping album.