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Leftwing : Kody announce debut North America & Canada tour

With 2018 already shaping up to be their strongest yet following knockout releases on Relief, Kaluki, Moon Harbour and Toolroom, not to mention a Loco Dice’s Desolat imprint with rave anthem ‘Snap Back’ and their current remix of Kelis’ ‘Milkshake’ on Sony – UK tech-house aficionados Leftwing : Kody have just announced their debut tour of North America and Canada.

Approaching their sets with limitless energy, Leftwing : Kody have built a solid reputation for knowing exactly how to read a crowd and this fall will see them take their inimitable brand of tech house across the Atlantic for the first time. Beginning on September 27th in Seattle, the seven date tour will include CRSSD Festival in San Diego and Goldrush Festival in Phoenix, as well as dates in Los Angeles, Orlando and Toronto. Speaking about the tour, Kody said:

“We have waited so long to make our North American Debut and now it’s finally here. UTA have put together an amazing first tour and we can’t wait to get over the Atlantic! We’ve heard so much great stuff about the crowds across the pond from our friends and we can’t wait to experience it for ourselves. We’re really looking forward to seeing the dance music culture from our North American cousins”

Having already ticked off shows at the iconic Fabric in London, Snowboxx Festival, Dubai, Amsterdam and Ibiza for Solid Grooves this year, and with artists like Loco Dice, Jamie Jones and Solardo all supporting everything they do, you know that this is going to be a very special run of shows that will cement one of the UK’s most exciting talents as a force to be reckoned with moving into 2019.

You can catch Leftwing : Kody at the following shows:

–          Sep 27 – Q, Seattle, USA

–          Sep 29 – CRSSD Festival, San Diego, USA

–          Sep 29 – TBA, USA

–          Sep 30 – Goldrush Festival, Phoenix, USA

–          Oct 5 – The Parish, Austin, TX, USA

–          Oct 6 – Sound, Los Angeles, USA

–          Oct 13 – Coda, Toronto, Canada

–          Oct 14 – Elixir, Orlando, USA

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