In a matter of years, Illenium has emerged as one of the fastest-rising stars in the EDM world. 2019 only holds bigger things in store for the Denver DJ/producer as he has revealed that he will perform at Madison Square Garden in NYC.
At the end of his sold-out show at NYC venue Terminal 5 last night, Illenium (real name Nicholas D. Miller) addressed the audience over the mic. "I got some news today that I'm not supposed to tell people, but I really wanna tell people," he said. "I'm coming back next year to play Madison Square Garden."
Prior to the reveal, Miller had tweeted that he had officially sold out every stop on his Awake 2.0 tour. Following the 2013 release of his debut EP, bigger and better opportunities have presented themselves to the budding superstar. His 2016 studio-length album Ashes reached #6 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Charts, affording him billings at large-scale electronic music festivals the world over.
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Illenium added a third show at Terminal 5 to his tour, but tickets to tonight and tomorrow's events at the venue are sold out. He has not revealed an official date for his Madison Square Garden performance at the time of writing.