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Nothing says fall like a slew of tour announcements. From trap and bass heavyweights like k?d and Ekali to future bass hard hitters like Medasin, San Holo, and Louis The Child, this fall is about to be packed with phenomenal tours. Check out our list of must-see fall tours below and grab tickets ASAP.
k?d has announced a massive 27-date headlining tour. His Find Paradise tour is set to feature support from fellow trap lords Dabin, Devault, Drezo, Golden Features, and graves. His tour announcement also comes with news of the rising artist’s debut EP, due out later this fall. After spending the summer performing at EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and HARD Summer, k?d is geared up with new visuals and music and is ready to hit the road with a phenomenal live show. Grab tickets to k?d’s Find Paradise tour here.
Medasin just dropped his awe-inspiring debut Irene album and he’s now drafted a hefty Phase 2 tour. With support from Electric Mantis and Joey Pecoraro, the Irene tour is set to hit 25 cities over the course of two months. Irene redefined Medasin as one of the most inspirational and versatile young producers to rise this year. His Irene tour will feature new visuals and custom production. Grab tickets to Medasin’s Irene Phase 2 tour here.
San Holo not only dropped one of the most highly anticipated debut albums of the year, but he’s also announced one of the biggest fall tours. The 35-stop tour features a slew of supporting acts and special guests like Said The Sky, Slow Magic, BAYNK, Chet Porter, and fellow bitbird producers Taska Black and Duskus. album 1 has already ranked amongst iTunes’ top albums and garnered over 8 million streams on Spotify alone. San Holo live is one show you definitely won’t want to miss. Grab tickets for San Holo’s album 1 tour here.
Louis The Child are known for their nonstop touring habits and their latest tour is definitely going to be one to remember. Supported by Daya, NoMBe, Valee, R.LUM.R, and Wafia, LTC’s Dear Sense tour will be hitting some of the most historic venues in the country like New York City’s Terminal 5, Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club. The tour coincides with their latest single of the same title, which features MAX and is most certainly a contender for song of the summer with it’s glittery, feel-good vibes. Louis The Child will be donating $1 for every ticket sold on their Dear Sense tour to support the Greater Chicago Food Depository in ending hunger in the community. Louis The Child are also set to perform at the X Games in Aspen next January with The Chainsmokers, Kygo, and Lil Wayne. Grab tickets for Louis The Child’s Dear Sense tour here.
Ekali is hitting the road this fall with one of the biggest trap tours of the season. He’s enlisted fellow trap heavyweights 1788-L and “Helios” collaborators Slumberjack to bring the bass to the stage. Ekali’s Crystal Eyes tour is sure to feature new music from his upcoming debut EP of the same name, including his recently released single “Leaving” featuring Yuna. Get ready for one hell of a good show and be on the lookout for Ekali’s debut Crystal Eyes EP dropping September 28th. Grab tickets to Ekali’s Crystal Eyes tour here.
A year ago, Illenium came out on top with a nearly entirely sold out headlining tour. The tour, which supported his exceptional sophomore album Awake, is now reprising for its second run in San Francisco, New York City, and Chicago. Three dates have already sold out so hop on tickets fast. Grab tickets for Illenium’s Awake 2.0 tour here.
Whethan is bringing the heat this fall. The young producer is headed out on a massive 29-date tour with support from future bass legends like Louis Futon, Sweater Beats, Manila Killa, Chet Porter, and Win and Woo. Just one week into his headlining tour, Whethan released his HONNE featured single “Radar” as the first inkling of his forthcoming debut project Life of a Wallflower Volume 1. His boisterous, upbeat dance pop and future bass originals are sure to be the life of the party this fall. Grab tickets for Whethan’s Life of a Wallflower tour here.
Said The Sky amazed with his luxuriously crafted debut album Wide-Eyed. He’s now embarking on an extensive five-month long headlining tour. His dreamy melodic bass is sure to flood any club with euphoric, atmospheric vibes. Said The Sky will also be supporting San Holo on select dates of his album 1 tour. Grab tickets for Said The Sky’s Wide-Eyed tour here.
Sweater Beats has been on a roll this year between releasing dreamy, pop remixes and bopping dance originals. This fall he’s hitting the road with Whethan, The Knocks, and more. His brilliantly titled Neo Nostalgia tour plays on his recent official remixes of pop-punk legends Fall Out Boy and Panic At The Disco. Sweater Beats is sure to deliver all of the feels on tour this fall. Grab tickets for Sweater Beats’ Neo Nostalgia tour here.
Kasbo swept us off our feet with his impeccably crafted Places We Don’t Know album and is bringing it back to the stage. Set for round two of his Places We Don’t Know tour, Kasbo will be hitting the road with Vancouver Sleep Clinic and also joining ODESZA on for select dates. Grab tickets to Kasbo’s Places We Don’t Know: Part 2 tour here.
Manila Killa always brings his glittery, pop infested magic to the stage. This fall, he’s heading out on his Fall Classic tour supporting fellow future bass producer Whethan and indie electronic all-star Petit Biscuit. The Moving Castle producer’s tour is set to hit 20 cities through November. Grab tickets for Manila Killa’s Fall Classic 2018 tour here.
QUIX is preparing the release of his debut Illusions EP and we could not be more excited. He’s announced a massive headlining tour along with the release of the EP’s first single “Giving Up“. QUIX’s Illusions tour is sure to shine a light on his thrilling new music, like his recent single “Hero” with Vincent and upcoming collaboration with The Chainsmokers. Grab tickets for QUIX’s Illusions tour here.
Robotaki is pulling out all the stops for his debut headlining tour. His Experiment Live tour is set to feature a slew of new music along with a new set design and his first ever live set. Robotaki’s 14-date tour will also showcase support from rising favorites like AOBeats, Laxcity, Yetep, and more. Following his stunning Science EP, Robotaki has begun hyping his live tour with his gorgeous new single “Brooklyn ’95”. Grab tickets to Robotaki’s The Experiment Live tour here.
Last month, StayLoose tapped The Chainsmokers and Galantis collaborator Rozes for his grungy electro-pop banger “Mean To Me“. He’s now announced a coinciding five-date tour to celebrate his growing sound and live set. StayLoose will also be supporting Autograf at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco. Grab tickets for StayLoose’s Mean To Me tour here.