What So Not Shares First U.S. Tour Dates Post-Covid
Sheila Lim — 1 day ago
What So Not turns on his DJ Mode with the latest announcement of his U.S. tour dates, set to kick off this spring.
What So Not has announced his “Anomaly” U.S. Tour 2023, marking his official return to the road for the first time after Covid. Kicking off the tour on April 5 in Seattle, What So Not will head to Washington, California, Texas, New York, Florida, and more.
What So Not’s sophomore album ‘Anomaly’ released in 2022 showcased his true musical prowess in a diverse and exciting record. The collaborative effort with a string of remarkable artists like Oliver Tree, Killer Mike, Louis The Child, Lucy Lucy, ZOID LAND, and more is a testament to his hard-hitting industrial-strength production.
With his ambitious and innovative rave ideas, What So Not kicked off his “Anomaly: Immersive Mode” show in San Francisco earlier this year where he brought out bespoke concert visuals and a unique perspective to present his live performances. The crowd was treated to a visceral experience with the freedom and space to move in their ways. Apart from the raw energy, the high-definition images and quality lighting set the dynamic tone, which ultimately underscores What So Not’s gift for storytelling through his album.
This upcoming tour will be a treat for the fans who have been waiting to see their favorite DJ live in action. With this being featured as a “DJ Mode” rather than “Immersive Mode,” expect the dance floors to be filled with passionate ravers as the DJ delivers his uncompromising sound.
Don’t miss out on What So Not’s “Anomaly” US Tour starting this Spring. Grab your tickets here now and listen to his latest album for a feel of the hard, pumping dance floor energy: