The Belgian techno producer will play four shows in Canada and the US next month.
Peter Van Hoesen will make his first trip to North America of 2013 for four dates in February, which includes a performance at new NYC club Output.
The Berlin-based Belgian will spend a weekend each in Canada and the US, two territories that he doesn't get to travel to very often. On February 15th, he'll bring his dark and bass-heavy techno to Vancouver's Open Studios for a Subversive party, almost exactly a year after his last appearance in the West Coast outpost. He'll be supported by resident DJs Miss Myte, Fox and Phillips. The following evening will see him fly east to Toronto to play a breakandenter party with Arthur Oskan, Mike Gibbs and Martin Fazekas.
A week later Hoesen crosses the border into the US, first stopping in New York for a Bunker party at new club Output on February 22nd. Fellow Dutch techno veteran Speedy J will co-headline, with support from resident DJ Mike Servito. Denver is the next and last stop on the tour with a party at the Norad Dance Bar on the 23rd.