Tiësto announces today that he’s planning to close out his much anticipated “Club Life College Invasion Tour” with a massive show at Los Angeles’ Home Depot Stadium on Saturday, October 8.Â Home of Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Galaxy and Chivas USA, Home Depot Stadium has a capacity of 26,000; making Tiësto’s performance the largest single headline DJ show in US history.
“Tiësto's Club Life College Invasion Tour” is the largest dance music tour to ever hit the American college market. Tiësto will headline the three-week tour this fall with stops at campuses across the United States. College markets include Madison, Wisconsin; Ypislanti, Michigan; Syracuse, New York; Amherst, Massachusetts; Kingston, Rhode Island; Norfolk, Virginia; Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; Tallahassee, Florida; Athens, Georgia; Gainesville, Florida; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Austin, Texas; San Diego, California; Fresno, California; Avila Beach, California and Los Angeles, California.
In conjunction with the college tour, Tiësto is launching two unparalleled contests for his fans. The first is a remix contest offering fans the chance to remix Tiësto’s brand new track “Work Hard, Play Hard.” The winning remix will be released on Tiësto’s own Musical Freedom label and the winner will have a chance to open for Tiësto during the College Invasion Tour. The second contest will give one lucky fan the chance for Tiësto to attend his or her house party by competing with fans from college campuses across the country using social media.Â Check the “Tiësto House Party” tab on Tiësto’s Facebook page for more info.
Joining Tiësto on each date of “Tiësto’s Club Life College Invasion Tour” is 18-year-old prodigy Porter Robinson. This Chapel Hill, North Carolina native is a current high school student and recently burst onto the scene after performing an opening slot on Tiësto’s recent Canadian tour. Robinson’s first single - "Say My Name" – has topped Beatport's Electro-House chart.
Further details about the tour, contests and additional promotions will be announced in the coming weeks on the Tiësto University dedicated platform
Voted ‘The Greatest DJ Of All Time’ by Mixmag and widely regarded as the world’s biggest DJ/Producer, Tiësto has worked with global superstars like Nelly Furtado, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Goldfrapp. His recent Kaleidoscope World Tour spanned more than 175 dates across 6 continents in 15 months playing to over 1,000,000 fans. Tiësto was nominated for two 2010 Billboard Touring Awards and listed in Billboard’s Top 25 biggest grossing global touring acts of 2010.
Tiësto is busier than ever in 2011 with the recent launch of ‘Tiësto In Concert’ in Las Vegas, his monthly residency at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. He is also performing select global tour dates to support the release of his highly anticipated Club Life - Volume One Las Vegas mix album and the brand new single “Work Hard Play Hard;” both released on his Musical Freedom record label.
Musical Freedom, established in 2009, allows Tiësto to explore exciting new sounds from all over the musical map. Launching with the landmark Kaleidoscope artist album, subsequent Musical Freedom releases have included Tiësto vs Diplo – “C'Mon” and "C'Mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise feat Busta Rhymes)," Tiësto & Hardwell – “Zero 76;” Dada Life “Unleash The F**king Dada” and Henrik B Feat. Christian Älvestam – “Now And Forever.”
Tiësto's Club Life College Invasion Tour Dates
Thursday Sep 15 – Madison, WI - Alliant Energy Center Exhibition Hall
Friday Sep 16 – Ypsilanti, MI - EMU Convocation Center
Saturday Sep 17- London, Ontario (Canada) - John Labbatt Center
Sunday Sep 18 - Syracuse, NY - Oncenter
Monday Sep 19 - Amherst, MA - Mullins Center
Tuesday Sep 20 - Kingston, RI - Ryan Center
Wednesday Sep 21 – Norfolk, VA - Scopes Arena
Thursday Sep 22 – Winston-Salem, NC - Joel Coliseum
Friday Sep 23 – Charleston, SC – Patriot’s Point
Saturday Sep 24– Tallahassee, FL – Floyd’s Music Store
Sunday Sep 25 – Athens, GA - Classic Center
Monday Sep 26 - Gainesville, FL - Alachua County Fairgrounds
Wednesday Sep 28 – Baton Rouge, LA - River Center
Thursday Sep 29 – Austin, TX - Cedar Park Center
Sunday Oct 2 – San Diego, CA - San Diego Sports Arena
Monday Oct 3 – Fresno, CA - Selland Arena
Tuesday Oct 4 – Davis, CA – UC Davis Pavilion
Wednesday Oct 5 – Avila Beach, CA – Avila Beach Resort
Saturday Oct 8 – Los Angeles, CA – Home Depot Stadium