DJ Seinfeld announces extensive DJ-Kicks world tour

DJ Seinfeld announces extensive DJ-Kicks world tour

DJ Seinfeld will follow the release of next month's DJ-Kicks mix with a 27-date world tour, starting on July 25th in Edinburgh.

Armand Jakobsson will play shows across the UK and Europe before heading stateside, where he'll hit eight cities in Canada and the US. In October, he'll return to Europe for another round of dates, including stops at Nitsa in Barcelona, Village Underground in London and Circolo degli Illuminati in Rome.

Other highlights include an Amsterdam show at new venue noorderschip on September 1st and a Berlin gig at Prince Charles on the 14th. He'll wrap up the tour in Russia, playing Moscow on November 30th and St. Petersburg on December 1st.

Tickets for select dates of the tour are available here on RA.

DJ Seinfeld, C-Shamam:

Malmo tall man DJ Seinfeld came to our attention from his crunchy emotive and swinging house track 'U'; which got played out across Sneaky nights through 2016. What we missed was that, in the yearsbefore, he was under our noses in Edinburgh all along, putting in time writing sincere and affecting lo-fitracks that go straight to the heart. Now resident in Barcelona, Seinfeld is officially a Big Deal as this DJ Kicks compilation tour shows. He got there through picking up fantastic DJ skills that generate moods ranging from euphoria to rapture. Some lad. Welcome home!

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