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Skream announces Australian headline tour

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The UK’s king of dubstep, Skream returns down under for a jam-packed run of festivals and club shows over the New Year.

Loved for his high-energy, “anything goes” sets, Skream is a producer and DJ who’s not afraid to push himself out of his comfort zone. Starting as a pioneer of EDM and dubstep, the English producer has proved somewhat of a dance music chameleon, trying his hand at 4×4 and disco, and more recently, to the darker side of techno.

After playing at some of the biggest underground dance music festivals in the world this year including Snowbombing in Austria, Hideout Festival, and multiple shows in Ibiza, as well as Elrow’s colourful parties all over the world and even a show at London’s Natural History Museum for Eastern Electrics Festival, Skream will bring his signature dynamic sound to Australia in November.

Kicking off the tour in Sydney, Skream will join Sasha, Lee Burridge and Late Nite Tuff Guy for riverside rave Return To Rio.

Club shows include appearances at Sydney’s newly renovated Club 77 and the infamous Revolver in Melbourne.

TOUR DATES

Friday 9 November 2018 — Return To Rio Festival, Sydney
Further details and ticket info: Visit the website

Saturday 10 November 2018 — Club 77, Sydney
Further details and ticket info: TBA

Sunday 11 November 2018 — Revolver, Melbourne
Further details and ticket info: TBA

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