Destructo Announces Let’s Be Friends Again Tour 2019

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Kick off next year with Destructo’s Let’s Be Friends Again Tour, which will hit major cities like Brooklyn, Miami, Los Angeles, and more!


Gary Richards, otherwise known as house wizard Destructo, announced the return of his successful Let’s Be Friends Tour yesterday, aptly named Let’s Be Friends Again. The tour will kick the new year off right, beginning early January in Chicago before hitting 14 other major US cities. Much like the Let’s Be Friends Tour’s 2018 edition, Let’s Be Friends Again is set to conclude in March, with a closing out show in Houston.

This year’s tour included support from some of the scene’s freshest artists and Destructo will be joined by some great acts and rising stars in 2019 as well. Attendees will experience an exciting lineup of up-and-comers, including Parisian tech/deep house producer Sirus Hood. London’s Redlight will also join the party, along with Noizu and J. Worra who will be bringing his infectious house/techno tracks aboard Destructo’s music cruise FRIENDSHIP this month.

Along with the tour announcement, Destructo also released two new remixes of “Fucking Shit Up” yesterday, his hard-hitting collaboration with rap legend Busta Rhymes. The first remix is Troi Boi’s take on the track, offering up his signature trap stylings, while the second is Destructo’s own G-house reimagining of the original.

Check the full list of dates below, see who is playing in your city with Destructo, and snag your tickets to the Let’s Be Friends Again 2019 tour before it’s too late!

Stream Destructo – Fucking Shit Up (Remixes) [Feat. Busta Rhymes] on Spotify:


Destructo Let’s Be Friends Again 2019 – Tour Flyer:

Lets Be Friends Again Tour Flyer


Let’s Be Friends Again 2019 – Tour Dates:

  • January 11 – Chicago, Illinois @ Park West with support from Sirus Hood, J. Worra
  • January 12 – Brooklyn, New York @ Lost Circus with support from Redlight, Sirus Hood, J. Worra
  • January 18 – Washington, D.C. @ Soundcheck with support from Noizu
  • January 19 – Denver, Colorado @ Temple with support from Noizu
  • January 25 – Toronto, Ontario @ Uniun with support from Bruno Furlan
  • January 26 – Pontiac, Michigan @ Elektricty with support from Burno Furlan
  • January 31 – Tallahassee, Florida @ TENN Nightclub with support from Sirus Hood
  • February 2 – Miami, Florida @ Ground
  • February 8 – San Diego, California @ Spin with support from Flava D
  • February 9 – Tempe, Arizona @ Shady Park with support from J. Worra
  • February 16 – Los Angeles, California @ Sound with support from Flava D
  • February 21 – Seattle, Washington @ Q Nightclub with support from Flava D
  • February 22 – Portland, Oregon @ 45 East with support from Golf Clap
  • February 23 – San Francisco, California @ Temple with support from Anabel Englund
  • March 1 – Austin, Texas @ Cedar Street Courtyard with support from Dom Dolla
  • March 2 – Houston, Texas @ Spire Nightclub with support from J. Worra

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Sydney attributes her love for music from her mom, who insisted on playing The Foo Fighters and The White Stripes rather than Kiss FM whenever she drove carpool and agreed to allow Sydney to attend Coachella in the eighth grade as long as she could go with her. That first festival only greater affirmed Sydney’s passion for the scene, but it was not until 2013 when she attended Swedish House Mafia’s One Last Tour concert in Los Angeles that she discovered electronic music. She was hooked instantly and has since attended a total of 23 festivals, with countless concerts in between. Sydney’s favorite artists include RL Grime, Jauz, Jai Wolf, Louis The Child, Slander, Bearson and Big Gigantic but she is constantly on the look out for new music and artists to dance to. When she’s not scouring the internet for new tracks or grooving at a concert, Sydney studies Journalism and Biology full-time at the University of Oregon.

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