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Autograf Announce Fall 2022 Tour, Remix Contest Ahead of New Album “Affirmations”

Autograf may be holding the release date of their forthcoming album close to the vest, but as for the live experience? Coming soon to a city near you.  Announced this week, the 17-date “Affirmations” tour will touch down across the United States this fall, kicking off in San Francisco on September 2nd. With support from BXB LOVE, it will conclude at a mystery location on October 29th. “Today’s affirmation: You are the life of the party!” the duo wrote on social media. “Doing daily affirmations have transformed our lives in ways we never could imagine. If you are your thoughts, then who is listening? The first thing is to change the story in your mind.” You can sign up for the tour’s June 30th pre-sale here. Scroll to Continue Recommended Artic...

Martin Garrix Announces Massive 2022 World Tour

Fresh off the release of his long-awaited debut club album, Martin Garrix is taking Sentio on the road. The Dutch superstar has announced a 2022 world tour, which kicks off today, June 10th. The massive tour spans 49 dates and will hit a number of the world’s top clubbing destinations, like Mykonos and Las Vegas. Perhaps most exciting is Garrix’s summer residency at the iconic Ushuaïa Ibiza, where he’s locked in for 10 shows. True to form, Garrix is also primed for performances at a slew of the world’s top electronic dance music festivals. In July he’ll appear in Belgium for a triptych of DJ sets at the famed Tomorrowland, which expanded to three weekends in 2022 for the first time in the festival’s history, before heading t...

Snoop Dogg Scraps 2022 International Concerts

Snoop Dogg is scrapping all international dates from his 2022 calendar, blaming “unforeseen scheduling conflicts”. As previously reported, the rap star had postponed his forthcoming tour of Australia, what was to be his first visit there since 2014. Those shows are “looking likely” to be rescheduled to February 2023, say the promoters for that planned outing, TEG MJR. In a statement posted to his Instagram account, Snoop confirms he’s “canceling all upcoming non-U.S. tour dates” for the remainder of 2022, citing “family obligations and upcoming tv and film projects” among factors. The Doggfather “regrets” the cancellations. “He was excited to see his fans around the world and apologies to all that had already made plans to see his show,” the statement continues. “He looks forward to resche...

Coldplay Blast Chicago Fans With Waves of Intergalactic Love at Show Featuring Hometown ‘Superstar’ Lupe Fiasco

In a world where it often feels like too much all the time, Coldplay know they can’t fix you. But on a night when 50,0000+ fans packed into Soldier Field to see the group land their interplanetary pop spaceship during the first of back-to-back stadium shows in Chicago, they did everything they could to crank the joy meter past 11, if only for 2 hours.  Explore See latest videos, charts and news See latest videos, charts and news The band reached that level on Saturday night (May 28) with the help of trippy puppet duets, silly dances in custom space helmets, brightly blinking bracelets that lit up the cavernous home of the Bears and a surprise cameo from hometown hip-hop hero Lupe Fiasco, who was so taken in the moment that, like the audience, he just didn’t want it to end.  With ...

Alan Walker Announces “WalkerVerse” 2022 World Tour

The portal to the WalkerVerse has opened. Alan Walker is hitting the road once again this fall with the advent of a massive new tour throughout Europe and North America. The lengthy, 29-stop tour snakes throughout Europe’s major metropolitan centers before touching down in North America by way of Dallas, Texas. With major outings at Washington D.C.’s Echostage, Chicago’s Radius, and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, the WalkerVerse tour is shaping up to be Walker’s biggest showing yet on the club circuit.  The chart-topping “Faded” artist hasn’t hesitated to create cinematic experiences around his music and shows, and his latest tour announcement teaser is no exception. Though it leaves plenty to the imagination, the forthcomi...

Fred again.. Announces Slew of Fall North American Tour Dates

Practically one year to the day from the release of Fred again..‘s debut album, Actual Life (April 14 – December 17 2020), he ascended the stage at Coachella, greeted by a golden hour crowd that exemplified the phrase “packed like sardines” (to this, we can personally attest). And his show in Los Angeles the following week sold out in under 15 minutes.  Luckily, the renowned Brit will make his return to North America this fall thanks to an eight-date tour announced earlier today. Kicking off in San Francisco on September 23rd, Fred again.. will touch down in Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto and more before concluding in New York City on October 13th. You can sign up for this Thursday’s pre-sale here—and trust us, you’ll need it. General on-sale be...

deadmau5 Is Hitting the Road With NERO for “We Are Friends Tour”

deadmau5‘s famed We Are Friends compilation series has been transformed into a new live experience. For years, deadmau5 has used his We Are Friends releases to showcase the incredible music producers that release music on his flagdhip mau5trap label. Now, he’s using his platform in an even bigger way. Coming this summer to 14 cities across the United States is the inaugural “We Are Friends Tour,” which is dedicated to the next generation of mau5trap stars. Bensley, BlackGummy, EDDIE, HNTR, Kasablanca, Lamorn, Lupa, Morgin Madison and No Mana will all take the stage on various dates throughout the tour. But deadmau5 won’t be the only veteran hitting the road. Featured on every stop will be longtime collaborators and legendary bass music outf...

How Madeon and a Team of Architects Designed the Hallucinatory “Good Faith” Experience—And Blew Everyone’s Mind

They say ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind—and Madeon has four of them.  The French electronic music virtuoso, whose real name is Hugo Leclercq, is currently on his “Good Faith Forever” tour, where he’s been baffling ravers with a new, pupil-popping stage production. But just like any groundbreaking show, there’s more to it than meets the eye.  Four visual artists, Shinichiro Fujita, OSEAN, Mollie Tarlow and Mike Kluge, function as the brainstem of “Good Faith Forever” as well as its illusory encore, which finds Madeon lifted atop a giant cylindrical structure as his silhouette morphs into the tour’s phantasmagoric imagery. Their cerebral work, Leclercq says, has shaped not only the tour, but also his own cre...

REZZ Plunged Fans Into the Depths of Her Dark Magic On Astonishing “Spiral” Tour

Already known for her exhilarating live performances, REZZ‘s “Spiral” tour finds her at her finest. We were lucky enough to catch one of the last shows on the tour at KEMBA Live! in Columbus, Ohio. Taking things to the next level, REZZ enchanted the sold-out crowd with a dizzying barrage of light and sound in her most impressive touring audiovisual showcase to date. REZZ brought out a fantastic cast of artists to support her on the road this year. Attendees on the tour were treated to a multi-genre array of talent that includes Eprom, Of The Trees, Wreckno, Kasablanca, KILL SCRIPT, A Hundred Drums and Canabliss. For the Columbus outing, fans started off the night on the right foot with a dazzling showcase from Canabliss before switching gears to the retro-futuristic ...

Hardwell Announces World Tour and New Album: Watch His Full Ultra 2022 Comeback Set

And just like that, Hardwell is back. Fresh off a historic comeback set at the 2022 edition of Ultra Music Festival, the Dutch dance music icon has doubled down by announcing a world tour in support of a brand new album, Rebels Never Die. According to a press release shared with EDM.com, the tour is a “large-scale production concept that will give fans a unique multi-dimensional experience” to witness Hardwell’s return to the stage after a four-year hiatus. Hardwell performs at the 2022 edition of Ultra Music Festival in Miami on March 27th, 2022. Alive Coverage The fabled “Spaceman” producer had performed at Ultra every year from 2012 to 2018, when he stunned the electronic dance music community by stepping away at the age of 30. He now seems to be ...

RÜFÜS DU SOL Announce Summer 2022 North American Tour

After recently announcing one of their biggest outings to date at Washington’s iconic Gorge Amphitheater, RÜFÜS DU SOL have announced they’ll be bringing the action all summer long. The beloved electronic outfit released their captivating Surrender album in October 2021, a timeframe that straddled the group’s fall tour at the time. Since Surrender, however, they’ve been more in-demand than ever, from performing on major late night television programs like Jimmy Kimmel Live to earning headlining slots at a myriad of major music festivals. The duo also earned themselves a Grammy nod in the category of Best Dance/Electronic Recording for their haunting single “Alive.” Now, RÜFÜS DU SOL are putting pedal to the metal with the first seven tour stops on their ...

Buffalo Brick Talk: Griselda Announces U.S. “Claires Back Tour”

HipHopWired Featured Video Source: Shareif Ziyadat / Getty For all those voicing concerns or spreading the false rumors that the Griselda squad is moving in different directions, it’s time to fix your face. Dubbed the “Claires Back Tour,” Westside Gunn, Conway The Machine, and Benny The Butcher are set to embark on a 10-city tour of the United States this coming spring. 2022 already proved to be a big year for the Buffalo, N.Y. trio, with Conway The Machine releasing his long-awaited major-label debut, God Don’t Make Mistakes, and his cousin Benny The Butcher dropping the potent Tana Talk 4 project. Westside Gunn, currently having a quiet year on the audio side, is still masterminding deals on the backend as he’s always done. Related Stories The squad will rock the Coachella stages in Apri...

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