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10 Can't-Miss EDM Tours Of 2022

| April 04, 2022

Tour season is upon us and this year's schedule is stacked. The top names in EDM are bringing unique experiences to a variety of stages across the country. Fans can rage at stadiums and arenas with Hardwell and ODESZA or keep it low-key at intimate nightclubs with Disclosure and Claude VonStroke. A diverse lineup offering unforgettable moments and unmatched stage production, there's a tour for every flavor of raver. Fans of future bass can explore new albums with Alison Wonderland and Flume or get in touch with their feelings with Rüfüs Du Sol and Hayden James. 

 

Check out iEDM's 10 Can't-Miss EDM Tours Of 2022 below.

 

 

Alison Wonderland

Alison Wonderland is preparing for a massive 2022. With her upcoming third album Loner due out on May 6, Alison Wonderland is set to headline 'The Loner Tour' this spring. The Australian producer and DJ will be joined by "Anything" collaborator Valentino Khan, electro-pop vocalist EVAN GIIA, and rising experimental trap producer Quiet Bison. Along with stops at iconic venues like The Shrine and Avant Gardner, Alison Wonderland is set to make festival appearances at Ubbi Dubbi, Forecastle, ARISE, and Life Is Beautiful later this year. 'The Loner Tour' kicks off on April 1 in Los Angeles, California.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Claude VonStroke

 

Claude VonStroke is hitting the road this spring for a special club experience. The Dirtybird DJ will play unique open-to-close sets at small nightclubs across the country. Starting March 11, fans can catch Claude VonStroke spinning dirty house and grimy techno on the 'Your Dad Plays Great Music Tour.' The nine-date tour will hit cities including Atlanta, Houston, Las Vegas, Denver, Seattle, Phoenix, and more. Fans can also catch Claude VonStroke later this year at Dirtybird Campout.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Disclosure

Disclosure are returning to the States this spring for a unique tour experience. From April 10 through June 19, the UK house duo will perform intimate DJ sets in small clubs across the country. Disclosure will be spinning their new collaboration with Zedd, "You've Got To Let Go If You Want To Be Free," and more at clubs like Elsewhere in Brooklyn, Club Space in Miami, and Zouk Nightclub in Las Vegas. Disclosure will also perform at Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Electric Forest this summer.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Flume

Flume is slated for a massive year between his forthcoming third studio album Palaces and upcoming headline tour. Curating a true visual and sonic experience, Flume will be supported by special guests Channel Tres, Chrome Sparks, DJ Seinfeld, Eprom, Floating Points, Jim-E Stack, Jon Hopkins, Magdalena Bay, oklou, Prospa, Shlohmo, Tinashe, Tkay Maidza, and TSHA. The tour will see the future bass icon perform at venues including Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre, DC's The Anthem, and Chicago's Aragon Ballroom. Flume's tour will also include festival stops at Coachella, Governor's Ball, and Bonnaroo.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Hardwell

Hardwell is making a huge comeback this year. Quickly following his grand return to Ultra Music Festival, Hardwell announced his upcoming solo album Rebels Never Die and world tour. After a slate of European dates, including stops at Tomorrowland, Creamfields, and Ultra Europe, Hardwell will return for massive performances at the UBS Arena in New York City and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Hayden James

Hayden James is hitting the road this spring to bring his new album Lifted to stages across the country. Following performances at Coachella, Lane 8 will embark on a 20-date tour supported by Australian live electronic musician Cassian. Lane 8 is set to perform at some of America's favorite clubs like The Novo in Los Angeles, 9:30 Club in DC, The Warfield in San Francisco, and Paradise Rock Club in Boston.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

ODESZA

ODESZA are kicking off a massive year with their fourth studio album The Last Goodbye set to drop July 22. Ahead of the album, ODESZA have announced their corresponding headline tour, which starts on July 29 with three sold-out shows at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington. 'The Last Goodbye Tour' will feature performances by electro-pop duo Sylvan Esso, bitbird producer San Holo, UK singer-songwriter Elderbrook, German composer Ben Böhmer, Foreign Family alum ford., Brooklyn-based duo Gilligan Moss, and retro electronica artist Nasaya.

 

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Rüfüs Du Sol

Rüfüs Du Sol are headed back on the road this summer for the 'Surrender Tour.' The Grammy-nominated alt-dance trio is slated to perform at renowned stadiums and arenas across the country including New York's Forest Hills Stadium, Chicago's Huntington Bank Pavillion, Philadelphia's Skyline Stage, and DC Armory. Apart from festival stops at Boston Calling and Forecastle, Rüfüs Du Sol will be joined by Australian electro-pop band Lastlings. 

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Swedish House Mafia

Infamous DJ trio Swedish House Mafia have made the ultimate comeback. Since reuniting in 2019, the supergroup comprised of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso have gone on to release new singles with The Weekend and Sting, schedule a special guest slot at this year's Coachella, and announced their debut album Paradise Again, set to release on April 15. This summer, Swedish House Mafia will take the world by storm with stops across the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Denmark, and Norway. The US portion of the 'Paradise Again Tour' will see the trio takeover 18 stadiums in Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, Chicago, DC, Austin, Seattle, San Francisco, and more.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs

British indietronica producer Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is set for an exciting 2022. This year marks the release of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs' first album in ten years, When the Lights Go, due out July 22. His 'A Dream I Have Tour' will exclusively feature DJ sets in small, intimate venues, with a full live tour supporting his album slated for later this year. The 'A Dream I Have Tour' includes stops in DC, San Diego, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Brooklyn, Chicago, Denver, and Miami for Miami Music Week. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is also scheduled to perform at the Do LaB stage at Coachella.

 

Grab tickets HERE!

 

 

 

Check out iEDM's Official 2022 EDM Tour Schedule HERE!

 

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about the writer

Michael Grise

Jordan Farley

Read More...Jordan is a New York based writer and lover of all things music. She is the type of girl who stays up late on Thursday nights to get the first glimpse of Spotify's freshly-updated Friday Cratediggers playlist. Her top EDM moments include seeing Disclosure perform "Latch" live with Sam Smith, interviewing Lido (twice!) and watching Jai Wolf debut "Indian Summer". In her spare time, Jordan enjoys hiking the High Peaks, watching Survivor, and cuddling with her dog, Peyton.

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