The Chicago house veteran will play shows in Melbourne and Sydney this July.
Lil' Louis, one of Chicago's house music pioneers since the '80s, will make his debut in Australia next month.
Louis Burns, having picked up DJing back in the mid-'70s at the age of 12, has cemented himself as a Chicago legend over more than three decades. His skills as a producer led to the release of iconic house tracks like "French Kiss," "Club Lonely" and "How I Feel" which are still heard regularly in clubs across the globe. While Burns isn't as active as he once was, in the past few years he's managed to have a book published as well as a new album (Two Sides to Every Story). Despite dozens of years of touring, this will be his very first time playing in Australia.
His first stop will be Melbourne's New Guernica for an Inside Out party on July 20th, where Otologic and Andee Frost will be amongst the DJs taking care of business on either side of Burns' set. Boom Boom in Sydney the night after will be held at a private venue yet to be disclosed with Simon Caldwell playing the only support slot. Finally, he'll hit Adelaide on July 22nd for a show at White Rabbit. You can grab tickets to both the Melbourne and Sydney parties here on RA.