Flume Confirms Support For North American Dates: Vince Staples, Cashmere Cat, AlunaGeorge and more‏

Acclaimed Australian artist Flume has confirmed support acts on the North American leg of his massive world tour—Vince Staples, Cashmere Cat, AlunaGeorge, Shlohmo, Mura Masa, Ryan Hemsworth, Classixx, Mr. Carmack, EPROM, Chrome Sparks, Wave Racer, Basenji, TOKiMONSTA, Kenton Slash Demon, HWLS, Charles Murdoch, Hermitude and more will join for select dates this spring and summer.

Flume will embark on the world tour to celebrate the release of his highly anticipated forthcoming album Skin, out May 27 on Mom + Pop. Tickets are on sale to the public today, May 12, at 10 a.m. local time at flu.me.

Listen to Flume’s handpicked Essentials playlist, featuring his favorite tracks from each of the supporting acts, on Spotify here.

Due to popular demand, Flume has added second nights at Los Angeles’ Shrine Expo Hall, Seattle’s Paramount Theater, Boston’s House of Blues, Atlanta’s Tabernacle and San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The tour—with more than 70 dates worldwide—includes stops at New York’s Forest Hills Stadium, Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks, San Diego’s Valley View Casino Center and many more.

Flume closed Coachella’s Outdoor Stage both weekends at this year’s festival, debuting new live material from Skin and a new live show. To find balance in sound and scale in a live setting, Flume worked with an expert team led by production designer Rob Sinclair (LCD Soundsystem, Florence + the Machine, Lorde) and Jonathan Zawada (Skin album art) with visual artist David Wexler of Strangeloop Studios (Flying Lotus, The Rolling Stones, Hudson Mohawke) and Lighting Designer Stu Dingley.


July 19—Dunedin, NZ—Forsyth Eastern Pad
July 20—Christchurch, NZ—Horncastle
July 22—Auckland, NZ—Vector Arena
Aug 4—Seattle, WA—Paramount—with Mura Masa
Aug 5—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre—with Mura Masa
Aug 7—Vancouver, BC—PNE Amphitheatre—with AlunaGeorge, Mura Masa
Aug 11—Los Angeles, CA—Shrine Expo Hall—with Vince Staples, HWLS
Aug 12—Los Angeles, CA—Shrine Expo Hall—with Shlohmo, HWLS
Aug 14—San Diego, CA—Valley View Casino Theater—with Classixx, HWLS
Aug 16—Salt Lake City, UT—The Complex—with Classixx, HWLS
Aug 18—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre—with Vince Staples, Chrome Sparks, HWLS
Aug 20—Minneapolis, MN—Skyway Theatre—with Ryan Hemsworth, HWLS
Aug 22—Detroit, MI—Masonic Temple—with Ryan Hemsworth, HWLS
Aug 23—Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE—with Ryan Hemsworth, HWLS
Aug 25—Columbus, OH—Express Live—with Chrome Sparks, HWLS
Aug 27—New York, NY—Forest Hills Stadium—with Shlohmo, Ryan Hemsworth, Chrome Sparks
Aug 29—Boston, MA—House of Blues—with Basenji, Kenton Slash Demon
Aug 30—Boston, MA—House of Blues—with Basenji, Kenton Slash Demon
Aug 31—Philadelphia, PA—Electric Factory—with Basenji, Kenton Slash Demon
Sept 4—Charlottesville, VA—nTelos Pavilion—with Tokimonsta, Kenton Slash Demon
Sept 6—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle—with EPROM, Kenton Slash Demon
Sept 7—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle—with EPROM, Kenton Slash Demon
Sept 8—Orlando, FL—House of Blues—with EPROM, Charles Murdoch
Sept 10—Miami, FL—The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theater—with Hermitude, Charles Murdoch
Sept 11—Tampa, FL—Jannus Landing—with Hermitude, Charles Murdoch
Sept 14—New Orleans, LA—Orpheum Theater—with Hermitude, Charles Murdoch
Sept 16—St. Louis, MO—Pageant—with Mr. Carmack, Charles Murdoch
Sept 17—Kansas City, MO—Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland—with Mr. Carmack, Charles Murdoch
Sept 23—San Francisco, CA—Bill Graham Civic Auditorium—with Shlohmo, Charles Murdoch
Sept 24—San Francisco, CA—Bill Graham Civic Auditorium—with Vince Staples, Charles Murdoch
Sept 27—Phoenix, AZ—Comerica Theatre—with Cashmere Cat, Charles Murdoch
November 4—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Heineken Music Hall
November 5—Brussels, Belgium—Forest National
November 7—Copenhagen, Denmark—Falconer Salen
November 9—Berlin, Germany—Columbiahalle
November 12—Munich, Germany—Tonhalle
November 13—Cologne, Germany—Live Music Hall
November 14—Strasbourg, France—Zenith
November 16—Paris, France—Zenith
November 17—London, UK—Alexandra Palace
November 18—Manchester, UK—The Warehouse Project
November 25—Perth, Australia—Perth Arena
December 1—Brisbane, Australia—Riverstage
December 9—Sydney, Australia—Qudos Bank Arena
December 15—Melbourne, Australia—Myer Music Bowl
December 17—Adelaide, Australia—Entertainment Centre


 1. Helix
2. Never Be Like You feat. Kai
3. Lose It feat. Vic Mensa
4. Numb & Getting Colder feat. Kučka
5. Say It feat. Tove Lo
6. Wall Fuck
7. Pika
8. Smoke & Retribution feat. Vince Staples & Kučka
9. 3
10. When Everything Was New
11. You Know feat. Allen Kingdom & Raekwon
12. Take A Chance feat. Little Dragon
13. Innocence feat. AlunaGeorge
14. Like Water feat. MNDR
15. Free
16. Tiny Cities feat. Beck

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