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    Solomun to debut Solomun+1 tour in America and Mexico featuring Hot Since 82, Âme & more


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    Diynamic label boss and global tastemaker Solomun is officially taking his +1 tour to North and South America at the end of this year.

    Fresh off another mighty season in Ibiza, Solomun’s bringing his party to the US for the first time this December with shows in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami where he’ll be performing with the likes of Hot Since 82, Âme, and Adriatique, respectively.

    After his brief excursion in the US, he’ll head down to Tulum for another + 1 party where he’ll be joined by Tale of Us.

     

     

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    Tour Dates:

    November 09, Complejo Forja, Cordoba, Argentina
    November 10 Metropolitano, Rosaria, Argentina
    November 11 Mandarine Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    November 14, Hush, Sao Paolo, Brazil
    November 17, Warung, Itajai, Brazil
    November 18, Milk, Florianoplis, Brazil
    November 23, Club Hipico, Santiago de Chile
    November 24, Royal Centre, Bogota, Colombia
    November 25, TBC, Mexico City
    December 02, Paaladium/Solomun +1, Los Angeles, USA
    December 08, TBC/Solomun +1, New York City, USA
    December 09, Space/Solomun +1, Miami, USA
    January 05, Uruguay, Punta del Este (UY)
    January 06,  Mar del Plata (AR)
    January 13, Solomun+1, Tulum (MX)
    Tickets are available here.

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    Source: Dancing Astronaut

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