Movement Detroit 2019 Chris Lake
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Chris Lake has just announced the Stay With Me Fall Tour that will allow him to bring his infectious house beats to cities across North America.


Haven’t gotten enough Chris Lake in your life this year? We haven’t either. Sure, we may have caught him at major festivals like EDC Las Vegas and Movement Detroit, at his string of shows at The Shrine in Los Angeles, and a flurry of other performances sprinkled in since the start of the new year but his infectious sets keep us coming back for more.

Luckily for all of us, he’s announced that he’ll be taking the stage at a variety of venues and festivals across North America on his forthcoming Stay With Me Fall Tour. Named after the single that dropped right after EDC Las Vegas, the tour will kick off in New Orleans at the end of August and carry him to cities like Washington D.C., Phoenix, Portland, and more before ending in December.

While Chris Lake did drop the first dates for the tour today, there are clearly more to be announced as a bevy of blurred dates have also dotted the flyer that was released today. Start your guesses as there definitely seem to be some big cities that are MIA from the list and stay tuned as more surface in the near future.

Tickets for the currently announced shows on Chris Lake’s Stay With Me Fall Tour go on sale Friday, June 7, at 10am local time. Head over to his website to sign up for the presale code ahead of the date!

Chris Lake Stay With Me Fall Tour 2019

Chris Lake Stay With Me Fall Tour 2019


Chris Lake Stay With Me Fall Tour 2019 – Dates and Venues:

  • August 30 – Republic – New Orleans, LA
  • September 5 – The Bluestone – Columbus, OH
  • September 6 – Russel Industrial Center – Detroit, MI
  • TBA
  • September 8 – Marquee Day Club – Las Vegas, NV
  • September 19 – Canopy Club – Urbana, IL
  • September 20 – Stereo Live Houston – Houston, TX
  • September 21 – Stereo Live Dallas – Dallas, TX
  • September 22 – Marquee Day Club – Las Vegas, NV
  • TBA
  • September 27 – Echostage – Washington, D.C.
  • TBA
  • October 4 – The Press Room – Phoenix, AZ
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • October 11 – Marquee Day Club – Las Vegas, NV
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • November 1 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
  • November 2 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC
  • November 7 – Higher Ground Ballroom – S Burlington, VT
  • November 8 – New City Gas – Montreal, QC
  • November 9 – Ravine – Atlanta, GA
  • TBA
  • TBA
  • December 12 – NOTO – Philadelphia, PA
  • TBA

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