Amidst a slew of new releases from one of the hottest rising producers, Illenium will be traveling across the continent for a variety of different shows
Talks of a new album from Illenium have been brewing for some time, and slowly he’s giving us sneak peaks of what’s to come. The latest release from him was a collab with heavyweight future bass vocalist Kerli. You might’ve heard her name before as she’s worked with Seven Lions on the emotional “Worlds Apart” and “Keep It Close,” and also with SNBRN on the classic “Raindrops” track. Having made waves in the dance music scene as is, Kerli knows how to add that extra touch to a track. The collab with Illenium “Sound of Walking Away” hits the mark as it’s filled with meaningful lyrics and a sorrowful guitar instrumental.
Nothing is more exciting that artists coming out with new material, and it coinciding with the chance to see it all live and in person. Having released this track and an album on the way, Illenium will be sure to be playing IDs on IDs for his upcoming summertime touring. Starting today on Cinco de Mayo, there will be 20 stops thus far for the young artist. He will be doing a little bit of everything as he’s chalked for some major festival lineups such as Electric Forest and Shambhala, numerous shows in Las Vegas, and also providing assistance to Kaskade across the country. Check out the full scheduled dates for Illenium this summer below and grab your tickets now:
May 6 – Shaky Beats Festival, Atlanta, GA
May 7 – Middlelands ,Todd Mission, TX
May 12 – Electric Brixton (w/ Seven Lions), London, UK
May 16 – Hammerstein Ballroom (w/ Kaskade), New York City, NY
May 17 – Hammerstein Ballroom (w/ Kaskade), New York City, NY
May 27 – Sunset Music Festival, Tampa, FL
June 6 – Paramount Theatre (w/ Kaskade), Seattle, WA
June 7 – Paramount Theatre (w/ Kaskade), Seattle, WA
June 9 – Bonnaroo, Manchester, TN
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