Deadmau5, Eric Prydz & Oliver Heldens All Drop Tour Details [VIDEO]
Look out people, three massive tours are about to come through a city near you...
Deadmau5 Announces mau5hax Bus Tour
Sticking to his word, deadmau5 announced the details of his mau5hax Bus Tour today, the first of its kind for him and his label mau5trap. The 11-date tour through Canada and the U.S. will start on February 25th in Joel Zimmerman's home town of Toronto and will see the mau5 and his friends travel down the east coast before ending up in Miami for Ultra Music Festival, where deadmau5 will be headlining the ASOT stage.
The tour closer will be a special mau5trap afterparty at Treehouse in Miami on Sunday, March 20th. Joining Joel on the one-of-a-kind Solid State Logic-endorded mobile recording tour bus are labelmates Attlas, Matt Lange, REZZ, Steve Duda and special guests yet to be announced. The mau5trap crew will be making music on and off the bus, making a special pit stop at the boss' house in Toronto for an in-person collaboration session in his new, in-home studio.
|Fri||2/26||Hamilton, ON||Club 77|
|Sat||2/27||Montreal, QC||Theatre Berri|
|Mon||2/29||New York, NY||Output|
|Fri||3/11||Orlando, FL||Gilt Nightclub|
|Sun||3/20||Miami, FL||mau5trap after-party @ Treehouse|
Eric Prydz Soars to No. 1, Debuts EPIC 4.0 Stage
After finally releasing his debut album Opus, a body of work 10 years in the making but well worth the wait, Eric Prydz has taken over the charts, hitting No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Dance Chart, U.S. iTunes Dance Chart, iTunes Electronic Chart and the UK Cool Cuts Chart. To support his album, Prydz is setting out on an EPIC 4.0 Tour, which boasts an entirely new stage design that is expected to take his legendary productions to the next level. The highly anticipated events sold out immediately as fans have been waiting years for the next EPIC series.
Oliver Heldens Drops North American Bus Tour Dates
Heldens is also setting on a 12-stop bus tour around Canada and the U.S., bringing along friends Throttle, Zonderling and SNBRN. The 20-year-old Dutch producer and DJ explained in a recent interview why he prefers another bus tour as opposed to jet setting.
"Definitely touring by bus! I’ve never done it before and it gives a whole new dimension to touring in the States. You actually get to see a lot more of the country and the fans than by jumping from plane to plane."
Check out where Heldens and friends will be playing and find ticket links over at facebook.com/OliverHeldens.