Rapper and singer Rod Wave's Nostalgia Tour stops at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans tonight. The initial allotment of tickets sold out.

But last-minute fans with money to burn can still score seats, if they're prepared to pay a premium.

As of Tuesday morning, several dozen "verified resale" tickets were listed on the Ticketmaster site. The least expensive ticket in the 300-level upper bowl of the arena was $193 plus service charges.

Standing-room-only floor tickets were going for $293 plus service charges on Ticketmaster's resale site.

List prices on www.seatgeek.com were slightly lower, with tickets starting around $155 plus fees, which can add up quickly. Prices were similar on www.stubhub.com

Wave has waged a quiet-storm campaign for six years, flying under the radar of pop culture institutions even as he sells out arenas across the country.

The native of St. Petersburg, Florida, notched a dozen gold- or platinum-certified singles, tens of millions of online streams and two No. 1 albums on the Billboard chart, including his 2022 release “Beautiful Mind," without ever having earned a Grammy nomination.

His performances are also low-key. His hourlong set at a full Smoothie King Center on Dec. 6, 2022, felt like a coronation; he was the chill-est of cheerleaders for his own compositions.

Fans who connect with his internal musings on a deeper level than bling- and bang-focused hip-hop were more than happy to supply the charisma as he sang and/or rapped such vulnerable musings as “Pieces” and “Sweet Little Lies.”

Wave will fill the Smoothie King Center on Tuesday for the second time in a year during the tour for his current “Nostalgia” album.

The bill includes Ari Lennox, Toosii and Eelmatic. 

Email Keith Spera at kspera@theadvocate.com.