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Chris Lake Set for “Rising Tour” in North America featuring TJR, Nom de Strip, GTA, and More

Producer, DJ, and “Rising Music” label head Chris Lake is set to start his North America “Rising Tour” in just two weeks on September 6th with artists TJR, Nom de Strip, and GTA. and eight lucky contest winners from Lake's “Rising DJ Contest” via Talenthouse agency. Each eight tour dates of the “Rising Tour” will feature one up and coming DJ voted on by fans via the Talenthouse website (voting closes in 2 days and artist submissions can be found at http://www.talenthouse.com/open-for-chris-lake-nom-de-strip-tjr-rising-music#submissions).

One lucky winner of those eight will have the opportunity to fly with Lake to Las Vegas to open for his show at the Wynn and record with him in the Wynn's brand new recording studio. Along with the experience, they will share a night opening for some of the hottest DJ's in EDM who have thrived with Lake: TJR of Connecticut recently released the popular hit “What's up Suckaz” with his catchy house/funk sound. Nom de Strip recently produced the single “Skirt” for Kyle Minogue along with other hit collaborations including an edit of TJR's “What's up Suckaz.” Miami-based GTA is hot off the single “Boy Oh Boy” with Diplo earlier this year as well and is sure to get the party going with his take on Moombahton and house. The variety in energy each artist brings should make for an unforgettable experience. Listen below:

Schedule:

Fri, Sept 6th: Ontario, Canada – Barrymore's Music Hall
Sat, Sept 7th: New York, NY – Webster Hall
Sun, Sept 8th: San Diego, CA – Hard Rock Hotel
Thurs, Sept 12th: Orlando, FL – Firestone
Fri, Sept 13th: Tallahassee, FL – Coliseum
Sat, Sept 14th: Miami Beach, FL – Mansion Nightclub
Fri, Sept 20th: Los Angeles, CA – Avalon
Sat, Sept 21st:  Seattle, WA – Foundation Nightclub

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