Just last month, Flosstradamus blew Lollapalooza fans away with a fun-filled set list featuring guest appearances from some very famous Chicago natives that included Michelle Williams, Dwyane Wade and Chance the Rapper. Now, the trap duo – comprised of Josh Young and Curt Cameruci – are set to bring their signature bass sounds across the country on the Hi Def Youth Fall Tour.
Their latest infectious single, “Came Up,” features a collaboration with Post Malone, KEY!, Fki 1st and Graves. Flosstradamus are set to build on the success of the release with this highly-anticipated fall tour, which is named after their own record label.
This is a show unlike any we’ve created before and we can’t wait to bring the bunker to our fans across the country,” Flosstradamus said in a statement. “With everything going on in today’s world, we hope to bring our fans an experience that encourages them to forget the nuances of daily life and just be a part of the HDYNATION.”
The Hi Def Youth Tour kicks off at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Fransisco on Nov. 5 before passing through such great cities as Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and many more. The duo will wrap things up with a show at Emo's in Austin, TX on Dec. 17. Gent & Jawns, Slushii and Whethan have been tapped as the tour's supporting acts with additional artists yet to be announced. Flosstradamus aims to transform stages into massive desert storm bunkers with their dynamic new production, so these shows can't be missed.
Flosstradamus has gained a reputation for being one of the best live DJ acts in their hometown of Chicago and all around the world thanks to their infectious beats, irresistible energy and one-of-a-kind stage productions. They have worked with an A-list collection of artists including Kid Sister, Diplo and Waka Flocka Flame. They have also done a number of intriguing remixes for top tracks including Rihanna's “B*tch Better Have My Money” and Fetty Wap's “My Way."
Flosstradamus Hi Def Youth Tour Dates
Nov. 5 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Fransisco, CA
Nov. 7 Ace of Spades – Sacramento, CA
Nov. 9 Roseland – Portland, OR
Nov. 12 Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA
Nov. 15 Skyway – Minneapolis, MN
Nov. 16 Orpheum – Madison, WI
Nov. 18 Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
Nov. 19 Masonic Temple – Detroit, MI
Nov. 22 Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
Nov. 25 Danforth Music hall – Toronto, ON
Nov. 26 Metropolis – Montreal, QC
Nov. 30 House of Blues – Boston, MA
Dec. 2 Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA
Dec. 3 Echostage – Washington, DC
Dec. 5 Ritz – Raleigh, NC
Dec. 7 Orange Peel – Asheville, NC
Dec. 8 Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN
Dec. 10 Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
Dec. 15 Southside Ballroom – Dallas, TX
Dec. 16 Revention Music Center – Houston, TX
Dec. 17 Emo's – Austin, TX