Avicii Plots First-Ever North American Arena Tour Headlined By An Electronic Artist

By Zachary Swickey

Swedish electronic dance DJ/producer Avicii has just revealed plans for a monumental North American tour that will be going down in May and June. Being dubbed the “Le7els Tour,” the outing is being touted by promoters as the very first all-arena North American tour by an electronic artist. (Has Daft Punk seriously never?)

The jaunt includes over a dozen dates, kicking off May 17 in Houston at the Reliant Arena, and includes big stops in cities like Tampa, Buffalo, and Boston.

“Goldenvoice is excited to be working with Avicii on his North American tour,” Paul Tollett, of tour sponsor Goldenvoice, said about the hookup. “We can’t wait for his Coachella performance, from what we’ve seen and heard it’s going to be a highlight.”

In addition to his performances at Coachella (April 15 and 22), Avicci is scheduled to appear at New York’s iteration of the Electric Daisy Carnival festival at Met Life Stadium on May 19.

Avicii seems to be taking the DJ world by storm at the mere age of 22. His ridiculously catchy David Guetta collab “Sunshine” was nominated for a Best Dance Recording Grammy and this Saturday he’ll be headlining the biggest digital music festival in the United States: Miami’s Ultra Music Festival.

Tickets for the “Le7els” tour will go on sale Monday, March 26, at 12pm CDT on Ticketmaster. Ticket will cost you anywhere from $27 to $47.

Check out Avicii’s tour dates below.

Avicii Tour Dates:

May 17 – Houston, TX Reliant Arena
May 18 – Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth Convention Center
May 19 – New York, New York Met Life Stadium (Electric Daisy Carnival)
May 20 – New Orleans, LA UNO Lakefront Arena
May 22 – Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
May 24 – Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
May 25 – St. Louis, MO Chaifetz Arena
May 26 – Minneapolis, MN Target Center
May 27 – Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
June 6 – Atlanta, GA The Arena At Gwinnett Center
June 7 – Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Forum
June 8 – Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
June 14 – Pittsburgh, PA CONSOL Energy Center
June 15 – Boston, MA TD Garden
June 20 – Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center