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Big Wild Announces Fall Superdream Tour Dates!

Funky, electronic dance jams…Superdream is a collection of songs deeply rooted in Big Wild’s life” – NPR
 
“Big Wild’s infectious and uplifting production explodes into an exotic pop extravaganza…” – Complex
 
“Big Wild uses his voice as a way to fully express himself and break creative barriers.” – Ones to Watch
 
“Big Wild is making his ‘Superdream’ a stunning reality…get in on the fun while you still can, because these venues won’t be able to fit such big dreams for too long.” – OC Weekly
 
“Big Wild has grown to become one of the hottest electronic sensations.” – Run The Trap
Continues to push his artistic boundaries into the world of melodic, indie electronica-inspired soundscapes that feel refined and polished.” – Dancing Astronaut
New York, New York – April 16, 2019 – Big Wild (aka Jackson Stell) has announced 19 additional fall tour dates in support of his debut album Superdreamcoming off of a nearly sold-out spring tour- including sold-out performances at Terminal 5 in New York (2,800 cap), The Novo in Los Angeles (2,400 cap) & 12 more dates. The producer, composer, and vocalistwill head back out on the road to play dates across North America this October & November with his cinematic blend of rich electronica, slick retro synths, and signature deep 80’s-wave sounds. The Superdream Tour sees Stell bringing the album to life via a brand-new live show, replete with live instrumentation & accompanying vocalists, and paired with fresh visuals with tracks like “City of Sound” and “6’s to 9’s,” a song which NPR remarked they “can’t stop playing.”
Big Wild’s live show is not one to be missed, as the California Aggie claims: “Stell [gives] us the ultimate Big Wild performance and [creates] a cosmic soundscape that [pushes] the limits of the genre… seamlessly blending electronic, pop, rock ‘n’ roll and even jazz. His mesmerizing vocals and instrumentals [bring] the ‘Superdream’ album to life.”

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