DJ and producer Marshmello – yet to be officially identified, by the way – has had quite a remarkable weekend. Saturday night the mysterious bucket head played a dope set to a huge crowd at Mad Decent Block Party in Detroit, along with some fellow DJs and producers Diplo, Herobust, and NGHTMRE. Just Sunday night, Marshmello killed his performance at this year’s Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival in Jones Beach, pleasing the crowd with his hit song Keep It Mello feat. Omar Linx.
If you (unfortunately) missed Marshmello play live at the many music festivals of this summer 2016, you’re now in luck! The DJ announced his worldwide The Ritual Tour, which looks to be named after his soon-to-be released track, “Ritual” featuring Wrabel. Marshmello first made the announcement on his twitter, including a picture of the official tour admat that displays the dates and cities of each show on his journey.
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) August 19, 2016
The tour starts off in Beijing, China on September 30th, and stops in 39 other locations around the world. He plans to hit popular cities in the United States like LA, Chicago, and Atlanta, and mentioned in his Facebook announcement that they would be adding even more cities to the list at a later date.
Tickets went on sale two days ago, August 22, so head to Marshmello’s website and grab tickets to a show near you! Supporting acts for this tour have yet to be announced, but we expect that information to surface soon. To pump yourself up, check out Marshmello’s most recent release, a remix of “Sing Me to Sleep” by Alan Walker.