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Published: 2013/02/04

Bassnectar Confirms Intimate East Coast Tour

After spending 2012 playing some of his largest headlining shows, Bassnectar will focus on more intimate East Coast venues this spring. The EDM star, whose given name is Lorin Ashton, will kick off his spring tour in Burlington, VT on April 24. The tour will continue down the East Coast for three weeks along with visits from the Ambassador’s Busnectar. Rotating direct support will include Michal Menert,GriZ, Archnemesis and Up Until Now. Thirftworks will also be opening the show on all dates. The tour wraps up in Chattanooga on May 12.

“In the last two years we have expanded to large venues and arenas and that has been fulfilling and fun,” Bassnectar said in a statement. “However, there is nothing like the feeling of the more intimate clubs and theaters . I wanted to find some tighter options and put together a nonstop 3 week rollercoaster of ram-packed rooms which feel like they are exploding from the inside out. It’s basically a run of festivals until the fall, so this short blitz is our chance to go completely buck wild before summertime.”

Here’s a look at Bassnectar’s upcoming dates

April 24 Burlington, VT—Burlington Memorial Auditorium (*%)
April 25 Boston, MA—House of Blues (*%)
April 26 Boston, MA—House of Blues (&%)
April 27 Rochester, NY—Main Street Armory ($%)
April 28 Providence, RI—Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel ($%)
May 1 Philadelphia, PA—Electric Factory ($%)
May 2 Philadelphia, PA— Electric Factory (*%)
May 4 Washington, DC—Fillmore (*%)
May 5 Washington, DC—Fillmore ($%)
May 8 Columbia, SC—Township Auditorium ($%)
May 9 Charlotte, NC—Grady Cole Center ($%)
May 10 Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle (#%)
May 11 Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle (*%)
May 12 Chattanooga,TN—Track 29 (*%)

(*)w/ Michal Menert
($)w/ GriZ
(&)w/ Archnemesis
(#)w/ Up Until Now
(%)w/ Thirftworks

Comments

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spikenyc February 4, 2013, 16:26:30

Why is this on jambands.com? Yes – it may be a type of improv music but not when its played off of a digital format. This is digi-produced noise! Jamband music is live instruments being played by live musicians!

drasticjasper February 4, 2013, 19:04:00

What he said ^ DJing and playing laptops is not music no matter how big your light show is entertainment perhaps jam nope

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