Artist’s Travel Schedule Announced

NEW YORK – The electronic music artist known only as “deadmau5” has announced his travel schedule for the next two months.

The prolific artist, who is currently working on his new album, will be touring in support of that album and his last release, “4×4=12.” He will hit several U.S. cities in addition to taking his show overseas.

A blog post detailing the tour can be found at

The electronic music artist has announced their travel schedule for the coming months. You can see the artist’s complete tour schedule here. This list includes all of the upcoming dates on which the artist will be performing, or in some cases just DJing. The artist has confirmed that they will be playing shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit and New York City.

The artist also announced summer festival appearances at Sasquatch, Coachella and Glastonbury. The artist is also rumored to play a special surprise show during SXSW this March.

Your artist recently announced a new tour, which will kick off in February. Dates for the tour have been announced below:

Feb 12 – New York, NY – Webster Hall

Feb 19 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern

Feb 20 – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Feb 25 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom

Feb 27 – Boston, MA – House of Blues

Mar 1 – Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre

Mar 4 – Miami Beach, FL- Jackie Gleason Theater

Mar 10- Dallas, TX- House of Blues

Mar 12- Austin, TX- Emo’s East

The next few weeks will see the artist touring around Europe, with a couple of dates in London:

• Friday 26th October at the Electric Ballroom, Camden

• Saturday 27th October at the Village Underground, Shoreditch

The tour then moves on to mainland Europe, with the following dates confirmed:

• Monday 29th October at Melkweg, Amsterdam

• Wednesday 31st October at Luxor, Cologne

• Thursday 1st November at Gretchen, Berlin

• Saturday 3rd November at Marche Gare, Lyon

Full details of further dates are yet to be announced.

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here, and that’s only because my head has been spinning with so many new ideas. I’m very excited to announce that I have finally finished my brand new album, and it will be released in the fall of 2010. The first single is “Permanent Vacancy,” and you can download it for free on the official website at .

In addition to working on the new album, I’ve spent the last six months preparing for my upcoming tour, which will take me across the country from June until September. Here is a list of all the upcoming shows:

6/21 – New York City (The Knitting Factory)

6/23 – Brooklyn (Music Hall of Williamsburg)

6/24 – Washington DC (Black Cat)

6/27 – Austin (Emo’s)

7/1 – San Francisco (Bottom of the Hill)

September 15th: Brian Eno, in association with the National Concert Hall, Dublin and Galway Arts Festival, will give a lecture entitled ‘The Big Here and the Long Now’ at The Black Box Theatre, Galway, Ireland.

September 17th: Brian Eno will give a lecture entitled ‘The Big Here and the Long Now’ at Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin accompanied by live musical improvisation from Leo Abrahams and David Coulter.

September 21st: Brian Eno will give a talk entitled ‘The Big here and the Long Now’ at The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London.

November 1st: Brian Eno release Small Craft on a Milk Sea. Small Craft on a Milk Sea is an album of electronic music created using custom software designed by Brian Eno & Peter Chilvers with Nick Robertson.

November 2nd: Brian Eno releases iPad app Scape.

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