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Sub Focus

Sub Focus Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 258,324
Category Drum, Dubstep, Electronic, Bass, House
Concerts
Mar
08
Manchester Academy
Manchester
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Mar
09
O2 Academy Leicester
Leicester
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Mar
15
San Jose Civic
San Jose
Tickets
Mar
16
Radius Chicago
Chicago
Tickets
Mar
22
Avant Gardner
Brooklyn
Tickets
Mar
23
Echostage
Washington
Tickets
Mar
28
HISTORY
Toronto
Tickets
Mar
29
Mission Ballroom
Denver
Tickets
Mar
30
Hollywood Palladium
Los Angeles
Tickets
Jun
08
Parklife 2024
Heywood
Tickets
Jun
09
Heaton Park Manchester
Manchester
Tickets
Aug
09
Woodlands Outside of Pocono Raceway
Long Pond
Tickets
Aug
24
New World Festival 2024
Chelmsford
Tickets
Aug
25
Kings Farm
Chelmsford
Tickets
About Sub Focus
From hearing one of his tracks for the first time inside a club in 2003 ('Strobe', rewound twice by Andy C at The End) to headlining Glastonbury in 2010 (Saturday night on the fabled Glade stage to a rapturous reception), Nick Douwma's rise through the ranks of underground jungle to become a major player in electronic music has been nothing short of spectacular. Initially known for air-punching, dancefloor dismantling drum & bass, Sub Focus has now become synonymous with music that draws from all corners of the electronic landscape, and has come to epitomise the ‘anything goes’ mantra of todays flourishing dance scene. London born and bred, Douwma’s rise into the furthest reaches of the dance music stratosphere began when he first encountered jungle, at high school in the mid-Nineties. A friend played him a cassette featuring General Levy’s hit ‘Incredible’ and Douwma, at that point playing bass in a rock band, was completely taken under it’s spell. Shortly after this first introduction, The Prodigy - who were beginning to meld rock and dance music in new and exciting ways - also became a massive influence and the young Sub Focus began to lose interest in his studies and started spending more and more time in his bedroom in Holloway, creating music. His ascent turned onto a steep axis, when in 2003, he signed his first tunes to d&b’s biggest label Ram Records, off the back of a CD:R handed to label boss Andy C by one of his friends whilst drunk. Despite this inauspicious introduction, so impressed was the legendary DJ by the music on it, he duly signed every track and invited Douwma to join the Ram family. Sub Focus’ tunes - expansive, fiercely creative, but made with the scientific precision of a military warhead - immediately stood out from the crowd and were soon being rotated by every major DJ in the scene, garnering airplay on mainstream radio, and drawing fans from throughout the globe. Singles like ‘Airplane’, ‘X-Ray’ (which reached number 60 in the national charts) and an all-conquering remix of The Prodigy’s ‘Smack My Bitch Up’ meant that by 2007, Douwma was one of the biggest names in drum & bass. The next logical step was an album. But as he’s shown throughout his short career already, Douwma wanted to push himself further and create something that was more encompassing than the often insular confines of drum & bass. Drawing on his love of all strains of dance music, from 80s synth pioneers Vangelis and Jean Michel Jarre, through dance leviathans The Chemical Brothers, to futuristic house and techno acts like Lindstrom and Matthew Dear, his eponymous debut album released in 2009 featured not only drum & bass but dubstep, old school breakbeat, bumping house and lashings of electro and rock, all brought together in a taut collection that could only have been made in the 21st century. It was an instant hit. The monstrous, Daft Punk-influenced album opener and first single ‘Rock It’ broke into the Top 40, with second single ‘Could This Be Real’ doing similar damage. The stunning 'Splash', featuring the vocals of Coco Sumner soon followed, and due to insatiable demand Douwma was called in to remix the likes of Deadmau5, Empire of the Sun and Dizzee Rascal by the end of 2009. The walls and boundaries that once separated the different areas of dance music for so long have seemingly disappeared in the Noughties, destroyed by a new generation of clubbers and producers who are creating and consuming music in a completely different way. Sub Focus’ sound is the perfect reflection of this, with all categories of electronic beats brought together into a luminous, cosmic melting pot. He recently co-wrote and produced the track 'Kickstarts' for UK solo artist Example, which peaked at number 3 in the national charts, and he has also transferred his debut album into a stunning live show, playing festivals throughout the world, joining Pendulum on tour, and in 2010 wowing the revellers at Glastonbury. The unforgettable show on the Glade stage was in many ways a conclusion to the first chapter in Sub Focus' story. He has conquered drum & bass, created a ground-breaking, era-defining album, and has brought new school dance music further into the mainstream spotlight thanks to his unmissable live show. Douwma is already hard at work creating his sophomore long player, and given his track record thus far, it may well revolutionize dance music all over again. But then, would you expect anything less? Love Divine is out now - http://po.st/SFLDiT
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Genres
Drum, Dubstep, Electronic, Bass, House
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Sub Focus Tour Cities
Chicago, IL Los Angeles, CA San Jose, CA Leicester, United Kingdom Chelmsford, United Kingdom Long Pond, PA Washington, DC Heywood, United Kingdom Toronto, ON Manchester, United Kingdom Brooklyn, NY Denver, CO

Frequently Asked Questions About Sub Focus

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Sub Focus on tour?

Yes, Sub Focus is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Sub Focus concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Sub Focus tour is scheduled for 14 dates across 12 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Sub Focus scheduled to play?

Sub Focus is scheduled to play 14 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Sub Focus tour start?

Sub Focus’s tour starts Mar 08, 2024 and ends on Aug 25, 2024. They will play 12 cities; their most recent concert was held in Manchester at Manchester Academy and their next upcoming concert will be in Los Angeles at Hollywood Palladium.

What venues is Sub Focus performing at?

As part of the Sub Focus tour, Sub Focus is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Mar 08 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Academy
Mar 09 - Leicester, England @ O2 Academy Leicester
Mar 15 - San Jose, CA @ San Jose Civic
Mar 16 - Chicago, IL @ Radius Chicago
Mar 22 - Brooklyn, NY @ Avant Gardner
Mar 23 - Washington, DC @ Echostage
Mar 28 - Toronto, ON @ HISTORY
Mar 29 - Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
Mar 30 - Los Angeles, CA @ Hollywood Palladium
Jun 08 - Heywood, United Kingdom @ Heaton Park
Jun 09 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Heaton Park Manchester
Aug 09 - Long Pond, PA @ Woodlands Outside of Pocono Raceway
Aug 24 - Chelmsford, England @ King's Farm
Aug 25 - Chelmsford, United Kingdom @ Kings Farm
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