Bassnectar Announces North American Fall Tour

Heady EDM king heads out in September for two months

July 24, 2012 10:10 AM ET
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Bassnectar has announced a Fall North American tour as a follow-up to Spring's Vava Voom tour. The heady EDM king will head out with Gramatik and Gladkill, starting on September 27th in Greensboro, N.C. and wrapping up on November 18th in New York. Full tour dates are listed below. For more details, visit Bassnectar's official website.

All dates with Gramatik and Gladkill unless otherwise noted:

9/27 - Greensboro Coliseum - Greensboro, N.C.
9/28 - CounterPoint Fest - Fairburn, Ga.**
9/29 - Sugarcane Village - Baton Rouge, La.*
10/3 - Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Indoors - Columbus, Ohio
10/4 - U.S. Cellular Coliseum - Bloomington, Ill.
10/5 - Burcham Park - Lawrence, Kan.
10/6 - Bass Center VII - The Chaifetz Arena – St. Louis, Mo. with Zeds Dead
10/8 - Jackson Convention Complex - Jackson, Miss.
10/10 - Riverfest Amphitheatre - Little Rock, Ark.
10/11 - Tulsa Convention Center - Tulsa, Okla.
10/13 - Austin City Limits Fest - Austin, Texas ­*
10/17 - Marquee Theatre – Tempe, Ariz.
10/18 - The Palladium - Los Angeles, Calif.
10/20 - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - San Francisco, Calif. with Ghostland Observatory
10/24 - Summit Pavilion - Reno, Nev.
10/25 - Revolution Center - Boise, Idaho
10/26 - Rose Quarter - Portland, Ore.
10/31 - Big Four Building at Stampede Park - Calgary, Alberta
11/2 - Concert Hall at The Venue - Fargo, N.D.
11/3 - Target Center - Minneapolis, Minn. with Zedd
11/5 - Stage AE - Pittsburgh, Pa.
11/7 - The Fillmore Detroit - Detroit, Mich.** with Secrets
11/8 - The Fillmore Detroit - Detroit, Mich.* with Dave Nada
11/15 - Mullins Center - Amherst, Mass. with Griz
11/16 - Wellmont Theater - Montclair, N.J.
11/17 - Terminal 5 - New York, N.Y.* with Griz
11/18 - Terminal 5 - New York, N.Y.**

*without Gramatik
**without Gladkill

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