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TIGA Announces North American Live Tour Dates

Montreal’s very own DJ and producer – Tiga – is excited to announce his highly anticipated North American tour dates. The No Fantasy Required Live Tour will kick off on October 27th in his hometown of Montreal before bringing his full live production to the US for the very first time.

The show, which will have Tiga joined onstage by Jori Hulkkonen, is a collaborative project involving design collective Pfadfinderei (Modeselektor live, Moderat live) and Helmi (Division Paris), whom Tiga worked with on the widely acclaimed “Bugatti” video. The hybrid of live production and visual art installation will see Tiga perform tracks from across his career, such as “You Gonna Want Me,” “Sunglasses At Night,” “Pleasure From The Bass,” “Let’s Go Dancing” and more. He will also play music from his latest album, No Fantasy Required, which features Hudson Mohawke, Matthew Dear and Martin Buttrich. Housed within Pfadfinderei and Helmi’s production, Tiga will perform live vocals alongside Hulkkonen, with the emphasis shifting between Tiga’s performance, the lighting effects and projections. PRESS HERE for tickets and more information! Tour routing can be found below.

On the heels of last week’s premiere of Gerd Janson‘s “Blondes Have More Fun,” Tiga has released another exciting new remix of the track.  PRESS HERE to listen to Tiga’s own Elevation remix.

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements in the coming weeks!

No Fantasy Required North American Live Tour

10/27 – RBMA, Théâtre Berri- Montreal, QC

10/28 – The Midway – San Francisco, CA

10/29 – Minimal Effort – Los Angeles, CA

10/31 – Music Hall Of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY

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