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The Best Music Tours to Catch This Summer

Summer is almost upon us and here’s a list of must-watch artists this summer. Hopefully, if you are fortunate enough, these guys will make a pit-stop in your state. Otherwise, you might have to travel a little to catch these music tours, but we promise they will be worth it. From deep house to trap to future-bass, there is something offered for everyone.

Lane 8

Lane 8 music tour
Photo credit to Jason Siegel Photography

Anjunadeep artist Lane 8‘s dreamy, chill vibes will be perfect for those summer vibes. His fame grows undeniably each year. Indeed, following his success in years past, his ‘This Never Happened: Summer Gatherings’ Tour’s tagline ‘Experience the Moment’ strikes a chord in today’s technologically-obsessed society. Turn your cell phones off and immerse yourself in a melodic atmosphere to soothe your soul.

Deadmau5

Deadmau5 and his cat
Deadmau5 and his cat

Who has not heard of this progressive house god? As one of the pioneers of EDM, Deadmau5’s style is so unique, his music has become somewhat of a genre within itself. Expect trance, techno, tech-house and the like, fused in minimalistic, perfect harmony on his music tour. This talented Canadian electronic music producer, dj, and musician founded his own record label Mau5trap in 2007 and has never looked back since. His productions are a treat, coupled with his music, and his famed CUBE V3.0 is a high-def, not-to-be-missed experience.

Dombresky

Dombresky lookin' fly
Dombresky lookin’ fly

Parisian producer Dombresky’s unique style has led him to remix big artists’ tracks, such as A-Trak and A$AP Rocky. It has also led to multiple collaborations with Tchami. His success grew, leading to his music tour: he has played at EDC, Hard Summer, Nocturnal Wonderland and the list goes on. In 2017, he even arrived on international shores, playing in Australia and China. Not only that, but he’s also played support for Chris Lake, Anna Lunoe and Slanders for their tours in the United States. His latest set, fresh off Ultra Music Festival 2019, is full of groovy, disco and tech-house vibes, with some UK-garage-like bass thrown in for good measure. House lovers, this tour is for you.

Vincent

Vincent
Vincent

20-year-old Robert Hughes, also known as Vincent, is definitely an artist to watch. Pushing the boundaries of electronic music, he fuses trap, future bass, and other subgenres to make his own authentic sound. His latest album, “For You” is charmingly full of sweet, breathy, heart-tugging vocals and melodies, leading to big-band orchestra drops and some sick trap rhythms. Undoubtedly, Vincent’s “For You” tour will take you on a musical journey to ignite every part of your senses.



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