Zeds Dead will play back-to-back nights in Aspen, Boise, San Marcos, Spokane, and Kansas City.
In fall 2015, Zeds Dead embarked on an eight-city, 16-show tour in the run-up to their debut studio-length album, Northern Lights. The tour concept was such a hit that they decided to bring it back for a second round. From February 2 – March 16, 2024, the Two Night Stand tour will see the EDM duo touch down in five cities throughout the US.
As with before, each stop on the tour consists of two consecutive shows at the same venue. On February 2 and 3, they perform at the Belly Up Aspen in Colorado before traveling to Boise to play at Knitting Factory on February 23 and 24. Then, on March 1 and 2, they will appear at The Marc in San Marcos, Texas. After March 8 and 9 events at the other Knitting Factory in Spokane, Washington, the tour concludes with March 15 and 16 sets at The Midland in Kansas City.
What’s in it for fans who attend both nights of a stop? Apparently, each will consist of a unique lineup and sets. The event is meant to give Zeds Dead the opportunity to connect with fans in markets less traveled, with venues between 300-1,500 capacity making for an extra-intimate experience.
Zeds Dead (real names Dylan “DC” Mamid and Zachary “Hooks” Rapp-Rovan) formed in 2009. They grew popular for blending dubstep with other music styles during the EDM explosion of 2010-2015, notably for tracks like “Bassmentality” with The Killabits and “Lost You” featuring Twin Shadow and D’Angelo Lacy.
March 2016 marked the launch of Zeds Dead’s artist imprint, Deadbeats. Later in the year, the record label provided a platform for Northern Lights, their first-ever full-length album that capped off the first incarnation of the Two Night Stand tour.
Artist presale tickets for the Two Night Stand tour go on sale November 12 at 12pm local time. General ticket sales follow on November 10. Find more information on the Zeds Dead website.