Seven Lions Tickets
The internet sensation Seven Lions has embarked on a national tour. The tour is going to theatres and arenas across the country and features other artists as well. Recent collaborators Kill the Noise is a part of Seven Lions’ entourage as well and performs a set on stage. On some shows, Gareth Emery features as well as the opening artist. This is the Electronic Dance Music extravaganza you have all been waiting for. Seven Lions tickets for several of their US shows are on sale now, so you should get yours before it’s too late.
Seven Lions Tickets
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About Seven Lions
Seven Lions is a stage persona created by Jeff Montalvo, but the artist started introducing his music initially on the internet. People picked up on his work and the artist became more and more recognized. In 2012, he won the Beatport remixing contest which gained him global acclaim for his dubstep rendition of “You Got to Go” by Above & Beyond. This was followed by extensive tours with artists such as Krewella and Porter Robinson which along with getting him known, also boosted his confidence to perform live.
Technical production is at the heart of creating EDM and trance and this is a side that Seven Lions has had ample opportunity to hone. He experiments with genres to create new sounds. In doing so, he bridges the gap between adrenalized bass music and fleeting sounds of anthemic trance music. Seven Lions is a DJ, music producer and innovator in music and one of the leading DJs to come out of Santa Barbra, California in recent years. Therefore, his career is one that is closely being observed by fans of EDM.
Seven Lions’ earliest releases included an unofficial remixed version of Florence and the Machine’s “Cosmic Love”. This was in March 2010, and the remix was included as part of the official “Cosmic Love” single package by Moshi Moshi Records. This was the artist’s leg-up into the world of mainstream music. His next step was to participate in the Above & Beyond remix competition hosted by Beatport which he won with his rendition of “You Got to Go”. It was the number two track on the Beatport dubstep charts for over six weeks and led Seven Lions to become officially involved with Above & Beyond.
Seven Lions’ first tour took place exactly two years later, in March 2012, when he joined DJs Koan Sound and Gemini on the UKF Tour. During this tour, Seven Lions supported Bassex and remixed Above & Beyond’s “On My Way To Heaven”.
The singer’s first EP was called “Polarize” and was released by Viper Recordings. It has six tracks on it, which are a combination of genres such as drums and bass, house and dubstep. Seven Lions also collaborated with Shaz Sparks, who provides vocals to some of these tracks. The EP’s song “Below Us” was particularly lauded by his contemporaries such as Zane Lowe, the critic, who commended the song for its “ethereal” sound. Many of these songs became Beatport number ones and the album was critically acclaimed.
His second EP was titled “Days to Come” and it was released by DJ Skrillex’s own label, OWSLA. It included four songs, with Australian singer Fiora on the title track. This album peaked to number ten on the Billboard Electronic Albums charts and number two on the US iTunes dance charts. This album solidified Seven Lions as a known artist.
Since releasing his albums, Seven Lions has been supporting various artists across the globe with their music and tours. These include musicians such as Porter Robinson, Candyland and Krewella. He also produced more singles for OWSLA and a remix of Royksopp’s “Running to the Sea”. He also co-produced a track which made it to the soundtrack of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones series. Of late, the singer has been focused on his live shows and taking his music to various cities.
The Horizon Tour 2017
In comes: the Horizon Tour. This trek has Seven Lions touring his “Higher Love” remixes and more in theaters and arenas across North America. He is accompanied on this tour by Kill The Noise and Tritonal as well who are performing many of the shows with him. The concerts conducted so far have been lauded for their production quality and lighting displays. Seven Lions tickets for the remaining shows are available now, so get them quickly.
Seven Lions Venues
- Happy Clouds: Seven Lions, What So Not & G. Jones South Side Ballroom at Gilley's
- Seven Lions Wamu Theater At CenturyLink Field Event Center
Seven Lions Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Seven Lions's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Dallas at the South Side Ballroom at Gilley's on 20-Apr-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Seattle at the Wamu Theater At CenturyLink Field Event Center on 12-May-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Happy Clouds: Seven Lions, What So Not & G. Jones||South Side Ballroom at Gilley's||Dallas, TX||Fri Apr 20 201804/20 08:00 PM|
|Seven Lions||Wamu Theater At CenturyLink Field Event Center||Seattle, WA||Sat May 12 201805/12 06:00 PM|
Seven Lions Tickets Prices
The average price for Seven Lions Tickets start from $126. The minimum get in price is $53 for Seven Lions Tickets at the South Side Ballroom at Gilley's, Dallas. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Happy Clouds: Seven Lions, What So Not & G. Jones||Dallas||20-Apr-18||$157||$53|
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