The French DJ will kick off a rare visit to the US with a party in San Diego this Friday.
French house DJ and Real Tone Records boss Franck Roger will head to the US for a tour that starts this weekend.
The last time Roger played in the States was back in 2006. Since then, the Real Tone Records catalog has grown to more than 60 releases, featuring material from the likes of Dyed Soundorom and Maya Jane Coles as well as plenty of releases from Roger himself. Over the past year, he's also appeared on labels like Circus Company, Crosstown Rebels and Tsuba, with the latter recently releasing his Don't U Know EP.
Five gigs have been confirmed for Roger's return to the US. First up is a trip to San Diego this Friday, February 15th, where he'll headline Noche De Siesta. Then he'll cross the country to play ReSolute's 100th event in New York (where fellow European DJs Jan Krueger and Damian Schwartz are also billed), before heading back to California for two more gigs: an 11-hour day party with Stompy and Sunset in San Francisco, and a night at the new Los Angeles club Sound with Deniz Kurtel and Droog. Finally, Roger will hit Miami to play the Electric Pickle on Saturday, March 2nd.
Tickets to the parties in San Diego, New York and LA are available here on RA.