No Mana

Rising star No Mana has announced the dates for his first-ever headlining tour featuring Sian, Speaker Honey, Sysdemes, and Bentley Dean.


If you’re ready for a night full of music from some of the finest artists on mau5trap, look no further than the Secret Something tour that was just announced by No Mana. One of the artists on the label who has been consistently releasing some amazing tunes over the years, he’s become renowned for his reworks of classic tracks, original works, and collaborations with other artists like i_o.

Kicking off on January 24 in Minneapolis, No Mana will be hitting thirteen cities across North America at venues like Treehouse in Miami, Sound-Bar in Chicago, and Avalon in Los Angeles. They’ll also stop in Canada for a show at The Palace in Calgary and there are more tour stops yet to come, so stay tuned for more announcements.

Of course, he won’t be embarking on this journey alone either. Throughout the Secret Something tour, No Mana will be joined by fellow mau5trap artists Sian, Speaker Honey, Sysdemes, and Bentley Dean. All of these artists compliment No Mana with their own stylings in the realm of electro and techno beats. We’re excited to hear more from Speaker Honey as well after her single “Shoyu” was featured on mau5trap’s We Are Friends, Vol. 9

Additionally, No Mana has gifted his fans with even more news as he’s announced that an album is due out for release and new track “Strangers” is set to drop on January 14. Even just with a short preview of the track on Twitter, we can tell that this album is going to be something special.

Tickets to all tour stops are available now via No Mana’s website. We’re confident that this is a tour you won’t want to miss so grab them now while they’re still available and prepare yourself for an epic night.

No Mana – Secret Something 2020 Tour Dates:

No Mana 2020 Tour


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A lifelong Chicagoland native, Michael has been attending shows since discovering electronic music in late 2011. Usually sticking to events around the midwest, Michael attends Spring Awakening, Lollapalooza, Electric Forest, Ultra, and more festivals annually. With a music taste that includes everything from electro to techno to hardcore, Michael is here to share his unique passion for electronic music.

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