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Slander & NGHTMRE Announce Part 1 Of 30 Stop “Gud Vibrations” Bus Tour

Last year, producers Slander and NGHTMRE released the explosive “Nuclear Bonds” EP on Mad Decent featuring hit single “Gud Vibrations”. The release became a massive hit with audiences around the globe with its bouncy, synth-heavy bassline and support running the gamut from Jack U to Zeds Dead.

The long time friends launched their Gud Vibrations party this year during WMC week in Miami at Hangar and it sold out 2 weeks in advance. Next, they set their sites on the historic Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles and ended up selling out two in a matter for 5 hours before adding shows at Create and Exchange the weeknights before the show. Selling over 10,000 tickets in total over the four day takeover.

Now Slander & NGHTMRE have announced the “Gud Vibrations” bus tour, which will span 30+ stops from November 10th to December 23rd this winter. They will be bringing their now revered production set up referred to as “The Atom” as well as an arsenal of unreleased tunes. If they stop in your city, expect nothing but Gud Vibrations from these budding young superstars.

Part 1 of Gud Vibrations Tour (more dates TBA):

11/10 – Urbana – Canopy Club
11/16 – Columbus – The Bluestone
11/17 – Grand Rapids – The Intersection
11/18 – Cleveland – Halo Live
11/19 – Chicago – Concord Music Hall
11/22 – St. Louis – Old Rock House
11/23 – Kansas City – Midland Theater
11/25 – Denver – Ogden Theatre
11/26 – Denver – Ogden Theatre
11/30 – Tulsa – Cain’s Ballroom
12/05 – Charleston – Music Farm
12/06 – Columbia – Music Farm
12/07 – Knoxville – The International
12/15 – Buffalo – Town Ballroom
12/20 – Syracuse – Wescott Theater

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