GRAMMY-nominated dance music icon Audien, popularly known for songs like the Billboard Top 40 hit “Something Better” with Lady Antebellum and his GRAMMY-nominated remix of Bastille’s “Pompeii,” has announced that he will be bringing his ‘Progressive House Never Died’ concert experience to the Big Apple! The show will be held at Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner on Friday, April 21 and will feature support performances from his talented friends and collaborators Frank Walker, Hook N Sling, Mike Williams, Codeko, and Danny Quest. Pre-sale went live March 9th and sold over 500 tickets in the first 30 seconds. Tickets will officially be on sale Friday, March 10 at 1:00 PM EST!
Last year, Audien brought the ‘Progressive House Never Died’ tour across North America and sold out every show in all major cities, but one city was missing and his East Coast fans took notice. Responding to fans requests, he’s decided to bring the show to New York City for “one of the biggest shows I’ve ever played, and definitely my biggest show in the city;” with plans to bring along some of his friends.
The announcement comes on the heels of his first song release of 2023, the uplifting progressive house anthem “Antidote” featuring Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter-producer JT Roach. The positive grooves of this progressive house record “speaks of being a source of peace in a world of chaos and toxicity” according to JT Roach. The collaboration between Audien, Codeko and JT Roach brings encouraging lyrics and an uplifting beat that is sure to lift listeners spirits and deter any negative energy. JT Roach’s unique voice fills the room with joy and thirst for life as he swings on the captivated melody.
Known for his production prowess and uplifting melodies, Grammy-nominated producer and songwriter Audien has established himself as an icon in the dance community. A staple in the progressive house genre, he garnered the support of industry veterans such as Tiësto, Above & Beyond and Armin van Buuren through an extensive discography that includes collaborations with the likes of ARTY, MAX and Echosmith, and official remixes of songs by Coldplay, Halsey, Nile Rodgers, Jess Glynne and Calvin Harris.
Following three releases in 2022 as part of his Progressive House Never Died movement, concertgoers can look forward to seeing him perform this year at Beyond Wonderland, Miami Music Week, Sunset Music Festival, and more. In addition to music festivals, you can catch him at his residency at Resorts World Las Vegas