Today, DJ/producer Rezz announces North American headline dates for her “Spiral Tour” which kicks off on February 5th, 2022 in Vancouver, BC. Tickets go on sale this week starting with Spotify pre-sale on Wednesday, September 29th at 10am local time (Password is Spiral) and tickets for the general public go on sale starting Friday, October 1st at 10am local time. Check out the tour dates below and tickets can be purchased HERE.
Rezz will be releasing her new single “Let Me In” with fknsyd along with the music video this Friday, October 1st. You can pre-save it HERE.
Rezz says, “I’m so excited to announce the Spiral tour as it will feature the biggest production I’ve ever had by far. “Let me in” with fknsyd is one of my favourite songs I’ve ever worked on , her voice & song writing is so incredible I can’t wait for you to hear ❣️“
“Let Me In” with fknsyd follows “Chemical Bond” with DEATHPACT. Both tracks will be featured on Rezz’s fourth album spiral which is set to be released this fall via Rezz Music/RCA Records.
“Spiral Tour” Dates
Feb 4 – PNE Forum, Vancouver, BC
Feb 18 – Masonic Temple, Detroit, MI
Feb 19 – Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
Feb 25 – Armory, Minneapolis, MN
Feb 26 – Factory, St. Louis, MO
Mar 4 – Terminal 5, New York, NY
Mar 5 – Terminal 5, New York, NY
Mar 11 – The Met, Philadelphia, PA
Mar 12 – Echostage, Washington, DC
Mar 18 – Riverworks, Buffalo, NY
Mar 19 – Express Live!, Columbus, OH
Apr 1 – Bayou, Houston, TX
Apr 2 – South Side Ballroom, Dallas, TX
Apr 30 – Frost Amp, Stanford, CA
Over summer, Rezz teamed up with Dove Cameron to release “Taste of You” which was declared “…the best electronic collaboration of 2021 to date” by EDM.com while Billboard stated “Their combined efforts make for a catchy, fairly traditionally structured but nonetheless punch-packing track that demonstrates the skills of each artist…” Earlier this year Rezz released “Sacrificial” feat. PVRIS along with the video. Watch HERE. Alternative Press praised the track by calling it “…the perfect blend of both artists’ strengths and distinct artistry” while EDM.com said “It’s both sinister and ethereal in tone, expertly combining elements of rock and electronica into one powerhouse single.”