Following his Djakarta Warehouse Project headlining stint announcement, Flume has announced a full-fledged tour that will see him perform in major Asian cities for the first time.

The award-winning DJ and producer is the first name billed at this year’s ZoukOut Singapore, which is happening on Friday-Saturday, December 8-9 at Siloso Beach Sentosa. Flume will take the stage on the first night. Get your early bird tickets, SGD188 apiece, here.

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Flume will also get behind the decks at The Palace Pool Club Manila the following night before he co-headlines Djakarta Warehouse Project on December 15. Tickets are now available here for PHP2,500 before going up to PHP3,400 in the next phase.

Beside Singapore, Manila and Jakarta, Hong Kong is the only confirmed stop so far. With this being Flume’s debut Asia trek, we say there’ll be more dates to fill in the gap. Guesses have already been made with regard to Bangkok’s 808 Festival who has a history of sharing lineup artists with ZoukOut and DWP.

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Harley Edward Streten, better known as Flume, is an Australian record producer and DJ. A flag bearer of future bass, he first gained recognition with a self-titled album in 2012, featuring hit tracks like “Holding On” and “Sleepless”. The release topped the ARIA Albums Chart and paved his way to winning Best Dance Release, Best Breakthrough Artist as well as Best Male Artist at the ARIA Awards, Australia’s equivalent of the Grammys.

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In 2016, Flume released a followup album, Skin, which broke through internationally with singles like “Never Be Like You” featuring Kai, and “Say It”, a collaboration with Swedish singer Tove Lo. The album peaked at number eight on the Billboard 200 chart and went on to win Best Dance/Electronic Album at the 2017 Grammys.


Update (Oct 10): Flume is adding one more stop to his visit – Pattaya, Thailand. The hitmaker is confirmed the first lineup performer at Maya Music Festival happening on Sunday, December 10. Head here for more details.

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