He'll start in Boston on September 29th.
The UK DJ and producer has turned heads in recent years with his own adventurous take on house music, and in that time he's already played plenty of gigs around the US. This looks to be his most extensive tour of the country to date, and at any rate it's a busy one, with all nine bookings happening over the course of ten days. First up on Thursday, September 29th is a Make It New session at Middlesex Lounge in the Boston area. Vynehall will then hit Brooklyn on the 30th, playing Good Room as part of a night also featuring Galcher Lustwerk and Eric Duncan, before a Saturday evening at Vinyl in Denver and, on Sunday, October 2nd, a set at San Diego's CRSSD Festival.
After two days' break, Vynehall will be on the move again, swinging through Costa Mesa on Wednesday the 5th to play for Modern Disco Ambassadors at La Cave. Up next are U Street Music Hall in Washington DC and smartbar in Chicago—where he'll DJ back-to-back with Bonobo all night—before the tour winds down in Miami on Saturday the 8th, during III Points 2016. There, Vynehall's set to play the festival proper at Mana Wynwood, and later an afterparty at Electric Pickle.
Vynehall's second album, Rojus, saw release through Running Back in April—tune in to one of its tracks, "Kiburu's."
Tickets to the shows in Brooklyn and DC are available on RA.
Sep 29 Make It New with Leon V.., Middlesex Lounge, Massachusetts Sep 30 Leon Vynehall with Galcher Lustwerk.., Good Room, New York Oct 01 CRSSD Festival, Waterfront Park in San Diego, San Diego Oct 01 Leon Vynehall, Vinyl, Colorado Oct 05 MDA Wednesdays: Leon Vynehall, La Cave, Los Angeles Oct 06 Leon Vynehall & Jacq.., U Street Music Hall, Washington DC Oct 07 III Points 2016, Mana Wynwood, Miami Oct 07 Bonobo b2b Leon Vynehall (All Night), smartbar, Chicago