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Bakermat Announces Upcoming North American Tour

On June 19, Dutch producer Bakermat announced his latest North American tour for the remainder of 2019. Bakermat’s unique style of tropical house and deep electronic sounds that influenced many artists. For example, some artists he has influenced include Kungs, Kygo, Sam Feldt, Lost Frequencies, Felix Jaehn, and Klingande.

Additionally, his musical style also incorporates elements of jazz and soul as seen in his hit songs, “Teach Me” and “Vandal“. In 2017, he also released a song with Kiesza titled, “Don’t Want You Back“. Concurrently, his hit songs and other tracks that he produced has resulted in him earning 300 million streams throughout various platforms.

Under The Sun

To emphasize, Bakermat’s North American tour is called the “Under The Sun Tour” and it’ll span all of September. His first stop on the tour will be San Francisco on September 6 at the Great Northern nightclub. Furthermore, other notable stops on his tour include Los Angeles, Detroit, Brooklyn, and Boston.

His only show in Canada is Toronto on September 14 at the Noir nightclub. He has sold out shows around the world, especially his “Bakermat Circus” parties in cities such as London, Rio de Janeiro, Amsterdam, and Paris. Currently, he also hosts his monthly Bakermat Circus radio show that airs on 75 stations worldwide.

Bakermat’s Other Successes

Aside from the radio show, Bakermat has also hosted live bands during his performances in the past. The live bands include violinists, saxophonists, and singers and they are the “Bakermat Live Band”. Likewise, these live band performances sold out venues across Europe and they showed the diversity of Bakermat’s musical style.

The talented Dutch DJ has also performed on the main stage of global festivals such as Tomorrowland and Ultra Music Festival as well. Recently, he has released his newest single, “Learn To Lose“, in collaboration with Alex Clare.

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Kenny Ngo

Kenny is a passionate sports and music fan with soccer being his #1 sport and European (particularly French and Dutch) house music being his #1 genre. His favorite producers are Martin Solveig, Sebastian Ingrosso, Madeon, Tiesto, and Armin Van Buuren.

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