What So Not – Beautiful Things World Tour

What So Not World Tour

Australia’s What So Not has announced the upcoming “Beautiful Things”world tour, following the release of his deeply personal new singleBe Ok Again (feat. Silverchair’s frontman Daniel Johns). The track has garnered over 2 million collective streams so far — having been added to Spotify’s New Music Friday US, Mexico and Australia andDiplo & Friends Radio — in addition to hitting #2 on HypeMachine and receiving praise from NYLON, EARMILK, Dancing Astronaut, Run The Trap, and more.

What So Not will be making stops around the globe on this upcoming tour, including festival appearances at Ultra Music Festival, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.

What So Not “BE OK AGAIN” FEAT. DANIEL JOHNSThe tour’s American headline dates will feature What So Not’s custom-built horse production which was debuted last year at Coachella. The production, designed by What So Not himself, features a 9-foot-tall chrome horse pulling a chariot in front of LED walls – a stage design that he believes acts as a clear physical representation of how the music sounds. This will be the first time for most of the country to see this production, which so far has only appeared at Coachella, HARD Festival and Listen Out in Australia to rave reviews.

Balancing prolific touring and studio time, 2017 saw What So Not close Coachella’s Gobi tent, headline Australia’s Listen Out festival and play sold out shows across the US, Australia and Europe. What So Not also shared an anthemic RÜFÜS Remix, his Skrillex and RL Grime collaboration “Waiting” and fan favourite “Better” ft LPX (MS MR’s Lizzy Plapinger) — which reached #1 on Triple J and Australia’s Alternative charts.

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WHAT SO NOT upcoming tour dates:
On Sale at: http://beautifulthingstour.com/

Wed 2.14 – London, UK @ Phonox
Thu 2.15 – Berlin, DE @ Gretchen
Fri 2.16 – Dresden, DE @ Kleinvieh
Sat 2.17 – Parma, IT @ Pulp
Sat 2.24 – Brisbane, AUS @ Lost Cities Festival (under 18 only)
Sat 3.3 – Sydney, AUS @ Lost Cities Festival (under 18 only)
Tue 3.13 – Rosarito, MX @ Papas and Beer
Wed 3.14 – Lake Havasu, AZ @ Nautical Beachfront Resort
Fri 3.16 – Buenos Aires, Argentina @ Lollapalooza South America
Sat 3.17 – Santiago, Chile @ Lollapalooza South America
Fri 3.23 – Sao Paulo, Brazil @ Lollapalooza South America
Sun 3.25 – Miami, FL @ Ultra Music Festival
Fri 3.30 – Vancouver, BC @ Seasons Festival
Sat 3.31 – Edmonton, AB – Northern Lights Music Festival
Thu 4.5 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theatre
Fri 4.6 – Los Angeles, CA @ Palladium
Sat 4.7 – San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
Sun 4.8 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
Wed 4.11 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren
Thu 4.12 – Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
Fri 4.13 – Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theatre
Wed 4.18 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
Thu 4.19 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Sat 4.21 – Baton Rouge, LA @ Varsity Theatre
Wed 4.25 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
Thu 4.26 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Peabody’s
Fri 4.27 – Richmond, VA @ The National
Sat 4.28 – Baltimore, MD @ Sound Stage Baltimore
Sun 4.29 – New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
Thu 5.3 – Boston, MA @ Paradise
Fri 5.4 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
Thu – Sun 6.7 – 6.10 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo

+ More dates  will be announced soon.

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