Brazilian Duo Chemical Surf Announce North American Tour

Brazilian DJ and production duo Chemical Surf announce their 12-date North American tour, kicking off on March 19th at STORY Nightclub during Miami Music Week.
Formed by brothers Lucas and Hugo Sanches, Chemical Surf have established themselves as one of the fastest rising electronic acts in South America. The duo will be bringing their signature Brazilian sound and energetic live sets to iconic venues across both coasts. Hitting major cities including San Francisco, New York City, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more, the forthcoming tour will introduce Chemical Surf to a wide array of US audiences.
Bursting onto the scene in 2013, the duo has racked up over 80 million streams on Spotify alone with singles such as ‘Hey Hey Hey’, ‘I Wanna Do’, and ‘Feeling Good’, a collaboration with fellow Brazillian artist Vintage Culture on Spinnin’ Records. In addition to co-producing ‘Pararam’ with Tiësto and a four-track EP on Martin Garrix’s STMPD imprint, their upcoming releases include collaborations with heavyweights Steve Aoki and Afrojack.
Over the years, Chemical Surf has proven themselves to be a true hit machine by constantly challenging genre norms and bringing a fresh perspective to the electronic music space. Representing a generation of influential Brazilian producers, Chemical Surf is gearing up for a massive year ahead as they take the States by storm this spring and beyond.
March 19 – STORY Nightclub – Miami, FL
March 20 – Cedar Street Courtyard – Austin, TX
April 24 – Temple SF – San Francisco, CA
April 25 – Só Track Boa – Brooklyn, NY
July 9 – LAVO – New York, NY
July 10 – Royale – Boston, MA
July 11 – Global Dance Festival – Denver, CO
July 11 – Stereo Live – Dallas, TX
July 16 – PRYSM Nightclub – Chicago, IL
July 17 – Avalon Hollywood – Los Angeles, CA
July 18 – The Gallery at Ravine – Atlanta, GA
July 19 – Studio 27 – Orlando, FL

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