Chris Lake, creator of the popular festival song “Stomper” with Anna Lunoe has announced his North American 2015 fall tour.
The tour which started on September 11th in Atlanta will hit over 14 cities. Some of the stops will include DC’s U Street Music Hall, Audio in San Francisco, and familiar setting, Pomona Fairplex for HARD Day of the Dead. Last month Lake played a surprise set at HARD Summer. You can check out the full set of tour dates below (more are to be announced!).
Lake’s North America 2015 tour was announced just ahead of his upcoming new single release. The song, entitled “Stranger” will be via Ultra Records on September 25th.
Chris Lake, who was a multi-instrumentalist by age 14, has sold over 1,000,000 records. His latest remix of “How Deep Is Your Love” by Calvin Harris & Disciples gained over 5,000,000 plays on Soundcloud and got a #1 spot on HypeMachine. Lake is seen as “a curator of sound and one of the key innovators in the electronic movement.” He has “established himself as a tastemaker on the pulse of today’s ever-evolving sound.”
North America 2015 Dates
Sept 11 – Opera, Atlanta
Sept 12 – The MID, Chicago
Sept 19 – Audio, San Francisco
Oct 3 – Flames Central, Calgary
Oct 9 – Bijou, Boston
Oct 10 – Barrymore’s Music Hall, Ottawa
Oct 17 – Bang Bang, San Diego
Oct 23 – Twist Ultra Lounge, Edmonton
Oct 24 – MIA, Vancouver
Oct 30 – Coda, Philadelphia
Nov 1 – HARD Day of the Dead, Pomona
Nov 14 – Foundation Nightclub, Seattle
Nov 20 – 301 Live, El Paso
Dec 19 – U Street Music Hall, Washington DC
Tickets can be purchased HERE. You can also take a listen to the tour mix HERE.