Channel Tres, HVOB & Monolink to support
Following a whirlwind year for Grammy-award winning band Rufus Du Sol, the live electronic trio has announced their highly anticipated Summer ’23 Tour. Starting on August 1st, the tour will bring the band’s groundbreaking live show to seven cities across North America in partnership with Live Nation & AEG.
Commencing in Boston, the tour will make stops at premiere venues across the continent such as Boston’s MGM Music Hall, Montreal’s Osheaga Festival, Toronto’s Budweiser Stage, Indianapolis’s TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park, Cincinnati’s The ICON Festival Stage at Smale Park, Cleveland’s Jacobs Pavilion, and Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion.
The trek features support from fellow live electronic champion Monolink, Austrian electronic duo HVOB, and genre-defying cultural icon Channel Tres who will be bringing his revered DJ set to the tour.
Artist presale for the tour will begin on Thursday, March 9th with general on sale beginning March 10th at 10 am local time in each market.
The recently wrapped Surrender Tour saw the band sell out some of the country’s biggest venues including The Gorge, Red Rocks and LA’s Hollywood Bowl, onwards to a sold out homecoming run in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. Rufus Du Sol’s multifaceted ethos saw them takeover some of clubland most coveted locales from CircoLoco Ibiza to Barcelona’s Brunch in the Park, onwards to European festival main stages like Sziget, Budapest’s Sziget Festival, Belgium’s Pukkelop Festival, Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands, and their own curated day festival in London’s Gunnersbury Park.
The Summer ’23 Tour announcement follows a Grammy win for them in 2022, a double nomination this year, and recent ARIA win in Australia. The band also recently announced Sundream Baja, the second edition of their four-day immersive destination event previously debuted in Tulum. Held in May at El Ganzo Sculpture Gardens in San José del Cabo, Sundream will see the band curate music programming, wellness activities, art installations and intimate DJ sessions from some of the band’s closest kin and inspirations, as well as a live performance and DJ set from the band. After an instant sellout of the initial Opening Weekend, a second Closing Weekend was added due to the high demand for tickets.