KAYZO
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Kayzo embarks on his new Overload tour with 4B, Dubloadz, Gammer, and JSTJR this February!


Kayzo‘s debut album Overload releases on January 19 and now we have the tour dates and venues to catch him at. Monster Energy Outbreak Tour is partnering up with the multi-genre, hard-leaning dance music artist across North America starting in February.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, December 1, which you’ll be able to buy through the Overload tour website.

Tour stops include stops in Seattle on the West Coast, Lincoln in the Midwest, and Washington DC on the East Coast. Make sure to check the full list of dates below. Supporting acts on Overload tour include the booty-shaking Jersey club-influenced producer 4B and hard-hitting dubstep artist Dubloadz.

In addition, previous collaborator Gammer will be joining the tour, who you might remember from the 2016 release of “Frequency”. Finally, the genre-defying JSTJR will be joining stops on the tour as well.

Kayzo caught his first big break after being chosen as the winner of Insomniac’s Discovery Project for Escape from Wonderland 2012. His latest release, “Holy”, is a collaboration with Slander featuring Micah Martin, which we absolutely loved.

This will be one to not miss, so be sure to join the Doghouse and us for Kayzo’s debut album tour!


Kayzo – The Overload Tour Dates Flyer:

Kayzo Overload Tour Stops 2018


Kayzo – The Overload Tour Dates:

  • 2/1 – Syracuse – Westcott
  • 2/2 – Philadelphia – Fillmore
  • 2/3 – Detroit – The Majestic
  • 2/6 – Cincinnati – Bogart’s
  • 2/7 – Louisville – Mercury Ballroom
  • 2/8 – Richmond – The National
  • 2/9 – Norfolk – The Norva
  • 2/10 – Asheville – The Orange Peel
  • 2/14 – Lincoln – Bourbon Theatre
  • 2/15 – Kansas City – Truman Theatre
  • 2/16 – Milwaukee – The Rave
  • 2/17 – Minneapolis – Skyway Theatre
  • 2/18 – Urbana – Canopy Club
  • 2/21 – Wichita – The Cotillion
  • 2/22 – Albuquerque – El Rey
  • 2/23 – Salt Lake City – The Complex
  • 2/24 – Las Vegas – World Market Center
  • 2/27 – Eugene – McDonald Theatre
  • 2/28 – Spokane – Knitting Factory
  • 3/1 – Vancouver – Venu
  • 3/2 – Seattle – Showbox SoDo
  • 3/3 – Boise – Revolution Center
  • 3/7 – Chico – El Rey
  • 3/8 – Reno – Cargo
  • 3/9 – Fresno – Rainbow Ballroom
  • 3/10 – San Jose – San Jose Civic Center
  • 3/15 – Tucson – Rialto Theatre
  • 3/16 – Phoenix – Van Burren
  • 3/27 – Cleveland – House of Blues
  • 3/28 – Albany – Upstate Concert Hall
  • 3/29 – Boston – House of Blues
  • 3/30 – Washington DC – Echostage
  • 3/31 – TBA
  • 4/3 – Indianapolis – Deluxe
  • 4/4 – Nashville – Exit In
  • 4/5 – Knoxville – The International
  • 4/6 – St. Louis – The Pageant
  • 4/7 – Grand Rapids – Intersection
  • 4/8 – Buffalo – Town Ballroom

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Music is an integral part of Drew’s life, whether it’s listening to trance or house while working or at a festival. He’s always out to discover new and exciting sounds. When video games RollerCoaster Tycoon and Unreal Tournament were the hot new games, one of his friends that he knew through the community forums introduced him to trance on Digitally Imported and he soon fell in love with trance, happy hardcore, hardstyle and other fast BPM (beats per minute) genres.

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