Illenium Announces Phase One of Nationwide ‘AWAKE’ Tour & New ‘Fractures’ Remix
Nick Miller, better known globally by his stage name Illenium, has had what can only be described as a banner summer. Playing massive festivals from Bonnaroo, EDC, Firefly, and Electric Forest to SOLD OUT club gigs across the country, the Denver based producer has taken his distinct brand of melodic bass from the mountains of Colorado to hundreds of thousands of fans internationally. Today Illenium has announced the first shows of his expansive ‘AWAKE’ tour, spanning from Denver to Kansas City, featuring currently unannounced support, and a fully revamped live setup.
Alongside the tour announcement, Illenium has also released the highly anticipated Trivecta Remix of ‘Fractures (ft. Nevve)’, which was initially teased in his EDC recap. Seeing heavy play throughout Miller’s sets, Trivecta’s rework maintains the melodic structure of the original, while adding an extra element of intensity, perfect for festival crowds. With Miller’s original effort having just crossed the 23,000,000-stream mark across all platforms, ‘Fractures (ft. Nevve)’ has received the perfect Main Stage treatment courtesy of Trivecta.
Fans can catch Illenium live all across the United States starting in Denver in November, heading through massive stadiums from San Francisco to Chicago, with many more dates set to be announced. The first date on his ‘AWAKE’ tour at the 1st Bank Center in Colorado (November 10th) has already sold thousands of tickets, and will serve as Miller’s biggest headlining show to date. Pre-sale for tickets will be on Thursday July 20th 10am – 10pm local time, and the code is ‘Awake’. Fans who can’t make an upcoming show can listen to Illenium’s latest ‘Ashes to Ashes’ mix here!
‘AWAKE’ TOUR DATES – PHASE ONE
11.10 – 1stBank Center – Denver, CO
11.22 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
11.24 – WaMu Theater – Seattle, WA
11.25 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
12.14 – Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
12.21 – Arvest Bank Theatre – Kansas City, MO