Paul van Dyk heading to Dallas for part of Insomniac’s Dreamstate tour
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Paul van Dyk is out on tour this summer with Insomniac’s Dreamstate tour and this is a huge moment for all his fans. Just one year after the trance musician fell and injured his spine, he is not only walking again but is performing for his fans as well. Live Nation reports that van Dyk will bring his tour to Dallas for a special concert at the South Side Music Hall on April 28. Tickets went on sale this week.

The Paul van Dyk injury occurred when he was performing in concert in Utrecht and fell from the stage. He suffered serious damage to his spine and also incurred a brain injury. Doctors said they were not sure if his vital organs would survive the damage. Three months later, he said he was recovering and four months later, he performed for the first time since the injury in Las Vegas.

This is a short 12 date tour through North America, starting in Boston on April 27 and then wrapping up with the Dreamstate Festival in San Francisco on May 27. The Dallas date is the second show on the tour and is the only stop in Texas. The closest location that will come to Texas, other than Dallas, is when he hits Albuquerque on May 18.

Tickets for the Paul van Dyk Dallas concert are on sale now here. Prices for the Dallas concert at the South Side Music Hall are only $35 each for standard admission, standing room only tickets. Joining Paul van Dyk for this concert are Vini Vici, Heatbeat and Alex M.O.R.P.H.