EOTO Concert Schedule
If you're one of the millions of people across the globe who adore The String Cheese Incident,
then you have probably already discovered EOTO, a side project formed by members of The String Cheese Incident. EOTO is an
electronic jam band comprised of Michael Travis and Jason Hann, who first formed the duo in 2006 as a side project when they
weren't touring or recording with the famed String Cheese Incident. Together, Travis and Hann created some stellar tunes that
have earned them incredible prestige and recognition in the electronic world. When you attend an EOTO show, however, you shouldn't
expect a typical EDM show where the performer stands behind the turntables or laptop the entire time. Instead, Hann and Travis
have perfected their own version of livetronica, and you can count on these talented musicians to put on red-hot shows with
electronic beats and live instrumental sets.
EOTO has steadily built their fan base throughout the years, much like
every other jam band in music history. Now, EOTO consistently sells out venues all over the country, and you could get in
on the fun thanks to StubHub! This November and December, EOTO has several incredibly exciting shows lined up in cities like
Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Reno, Austin, Lawrence, Denver, and more! When EOTO stops at a music venue in your area,
make sure that you are in the audience to rock out and grab your tickets on StubHub today! If EOTO isn't headed your way in
the upcoming months, don't fret. Instead, sign up for event alerts on StubHub so that you will be notified when this awesome
electronic duo schedules a show in your neck of the woods! So don't waste another moment—check out StubHub today!
EOTO's first live show was at Sonic Boom in 2006, when Michael Travis and Jason Hann stepped
out on stage for the first time as EOTO. Fans of the String Cheese Incident were instantly infatuated with the fact that two
of its members had created a livetronica outfit, and EOTO quickly earned a fantastic reputation amongst jam bands. Unlike
most electronic outfits that you see today, EOTO plays live music without pre-recorded loops or tracks, which has made them
one of the most unique and intriguing groups on the music scene. Instead of bringing pre-recorded beats to the stage every
time they perform, EOTO uses looper pedals to create an incredibly fun and improvisational style of livetronica. As they play
their instruments and incorporate infectious electronic beats, EOTO never fails to get their audiences pumped up.
2006, EOTO released its debut album, Elephants Only Talk Occasionally, and they have since become one of the most beloved
electronic groups on the scene. Whether you first fell in love with Hann and Travis while they were rocking out with The String
Cheese Incident or because of EOTO's insanely catchy beats, this is definitely one electronic outfit that you should catch
in concert. Travis and Hann know exactly how to get their audiences going, and they put on some of the best livetronica shows
around. So don't miss out on seeing EOTO live in concert and make your way to StubHub. In just a few quick clicks on your
computer, you could have your tickets to an upcoming EOTO show in your area!
EOTO has released
three studio albums: Elephants Only Talk Occasionally (2006), Razed (2008), and Fire the Lazers (2009). They have also released
a few live compilations, but it is their countless catchy tracks that have earned EOTO such a huge and devoted fan base. Some
of EOTO's most popular tunes include "Say It", "Thrown", "Flying Red", "Zumm", "Make My Day!", "Health Plant", "Slank", and
No matter which tracks they play live, EOTO always puts on a wildly entertaining show for their fans. This
electronic duo has become one of the hottest jam bands in the electronic scene, and their live and improvisational shows have
earned them enormous praise over the years. Don't miss out on your opportunity to see them perform live and grab your tickets
on StubHub today!
EOTO is an acronym for "End of Time Observatory". The name eventually melted
into the shortened version—EOTO.
If you have been lucky enough to see The String
Cheese Incident in concert throughout the years, you know how wild and fantastic their live shows can be. Michael Travis and
Jason Hann take this same sense of excitement and improvisation and bring it to the stage as EOTO, one of the most talked
about electronic groups on the scene. If you want to see this acclaimed electronic duo put on a knockout show at a venue near
you, all you have to do is make your way to StubHub and secure your tickets before they all sell out!