Jauz is teaming up with Insomniac to make the first quarter of 2020 something special for his fans. The DJ/producer and Bite This! label boss has announced an eight-stop tour that he calls Dangerous Waters.
The tour will see Jauz (real name Sam Vogel) visit Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago and Brooklyn. It marks the first such partnership between Vogel and Insomniac, who have also organized tours for artists such as Paul van Dyk.
Vogel has been a mainstay of the EDM world ever since the runaway success of his 2014 single "Feel The Volume." Although best known for popularizing the bass house style that swept SoCal several years ago, he's favored more classic house sounds in recent releases like "Don't Leave Me" and "Movin."
The Dangerous Waters tour will kick off with an event at WaMu Theater in Seattle, Washington on January 18th, and conclude with a show at Avant Gardner in Brooklyn, NYC. Tickets go on sale this Friday, the 10th. Find the full list of dates on the Jauz website.
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