Zeds Dead Announce Deadbeats Tour Stop at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles
Following on the heels of their Altered States label launch and Catching Z’s mixtape, North American bass music pioneers Zeds Dead excitedly announce their Deadbeats: The Revival tour which will make a stop at Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles on October 2, 2021. This show is ages 18+.
Featuring 13 full-production and full-capacity shows spanning from coast to coast, Zeds Dead return to America’s most famous stages with their Deadbeats family in support.
Accumulating billions of streams across its steady calendar of 40+ releases annually since launch, the Deadbeats brand has surpassed many milestones. Circulating iconic venues such as Red Rocks, Aragon Ballroom, Ministry of Sound London, and more, Deadbeats has hosted global tours that are a testament to the imprint’s international presence. Adding to their ever growing ubiquity, the company provides fans with an excess of digital content in conjunction with their globally syndicated Deadbeats Radio show and Twitch channel which now hosts regular livestreams, DJ sets, and more. Now, Zeds Dead and their Deadbeats family finally return to the stage after a quiet year of no performances. Not wanting to compromise on production, Zeds Dead held off on drive-in and reduced capacity events in the face of COVID-19, as the duo demanded to bring only the best for their fans. Deadbeats: The Revival kicks off September 3 at New York City’s Electric Zoo Festival, and hits major cities across the US including Los Angeles, Seattle, Detroit, and more. The tour additionally marks the first show back after 1+ year of closed doors for the likes of The Shrine (Los Angeles), Masonic Temple (Detroit), Echostage (DC), and more.
“We can’t even put into words how excited we are to be announcing our FIRST shows in over a year…for the first time in WAY too long, we will be able to produce Deadbeats events the way you remember them – at full capacity venues with insane production, bringing all the Deadbeats artists along for the ride. If the last year has taught us anything it is to not take the little things for granted. We made a decision not to do drive ins or reduced capacity socially distanced shows that could compromise the quality of the experience you have all come to expect from us and the label, and to prioritize the safety and well-being of our fans, and to wait…and now that the wait is over all we can say is IT’S GOING TO FEEL SO GOOD TO BE BACK…This is Deadbeats: The Revival! Tickets are on sale at 10AM local time for all shows this Friday, April 9th. No RSVP, no wait list, no presale, no BS. See you on the dancefloor.”