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MASON MAYNARD ANNOUNCES 7-DATE AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND TOUR

Fresh from the recent release of his latest EP on Solardo’s ‘Sola’ imprint, Mancunian producer Mason Maynard has announced his upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand, playing 7 dates down under this Autumn.

Kicking things off in Brisbane on 7th September, Mason – who performed to an enthusiastic crowd of 15,000 at Parklife this year – will also play dates across Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, before heading East to round the tour off in New Zealand. Bringing his beats to Vinyl Underground in Queenstown and Christchurch venue Wiggie Bagoes, Mason will end the tour at Auckland’s Av Nightclub on 22nd September.

Playing up and down the country as the resident for the recent ‘Solardo Sessions’ tour, Mason gathered new fans from events at The Warehouse Project, Hideout and Reading & Leeds Festivalwith his eclectic track selections outside of the Beatport Top 100.

Garnering releases on esteemed labels like Cajual, Repopulate Mars, Defected and Relief Records ​(where he racked up a collaborative EP with Green Velvet​); Mason has already received support from industry heavyweights such as Carl Cox, Seth Troxler, Pete Tong, Lee Foss, Skream, Richy Ahmed, Patrick Topping, Claude Von Stroke, Hot Since 82, ​and more.

The announcement of the Australia and New Zealand tour follows another busy summer for Mason, who performed several dates at Eric Prydz’​s residency at Hi Ibiza​, as well as a performance at ABODE​ at Balearic super-club, Amnesia.

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