Channel Tres, HVOB & Monolink to support
After a whirlwind year for Grammy-winning band Rufus Du Sol The trio announced their much-anticipated Summer ’23 tour. Beginning August 1, the tour will bring the band’s innovative live performances to seven cities across North America in partnership with Live Nation and AEG.
starting in Boston The tour stops at premiere venues across the continent, including MGM Music Hall in Boston, Osheaga Festival in Montreal, Budweiser Stage in Toronto, TCU Amphitheater in Indianapolis at White River State Park, Cincinnati’s The ICON Festival stage at Smale Park, Jacobs in Cleveland Pavilion, and Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion.
The trek is sponsored by Monolink, a live electronic program champion. Austrian electronic duo HVOB and Channel Tres are genre-defying cultural icons. which will bring his respected DJ sets to the tour
Artist pre-sales for this tour begin on Thursday, March 9, with general sales starting on March 10 at 10:00 a.m. local time in each market.
The recently concluded Surrender Tour saw the band sell out at some of the country’s biggest venues, such as LA’s The Gorge, Red Rocks and Hollywood Bowl, to a sold-out homecoming in Sydney. Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. Rufus Du Sol’s versatile attitude has enabled them to occupy the club’s most coveted venues, from CircoLoco Ibiza to brunch in Barcelona’s parks. to the main stages of European festivals such as Sziget, Budapest’s Sziget Festival, Belgium’s Pukkelop Festival, the Lowlands Festival in the Netherlands, and its own curated day festival in London’s Gunnersbury Park.
The announcement for the Summer ’23 Tour comes after they picked up a Grammy in 2022, received two nominations this year and, most recently, an ARIA award in Australia. The band also recently announced the release of Sundream. Baja, their second edition of the 4-day immersive destination event previously launched in Tulum, Sundream, took place in May at El Ganzo Sculpture Gardens in San José del Cabo. The band in charge of the music program healthy activities installation art and intimate DJ sessions from close relatives and band inspirations. as well as live performances and DJ sets from the band. A second weekend was added due to high ticket demand.