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Big Data - The 2015 Tour
Heavy hitting next generation music project Big Data is back again, taking its hard hitting discography of non-stop indietronic hits out of the studio and straight to hundreds of thousands of screaming fans all across the country. Don't miss Big Data when they make their way to an exciting, action packed city near you, with a variety of stops including: West Hollywood, Lakeside, and Costa Mesa CA; Tampa, FL; Charlotte, NC; and Englewood, CO. Can't catch Big Data when they pass through California, Florida, North Carolina, or Colorado? Keep calm and constantly keep checking back because this monumental electropop music project is constantly adding new and exciting events to its whirlwind 2015 tour. Their current tour dates are just a small taste of bigger and better things to come from Big Data, an exciting first volley of concerts that is sure to heat up as 2015 chugs on. Stay up-to-date on all their latest tour info and updates right here at StubHub - your number one resource for concert tickets on the web.
Big Data will be kicking things off in style as they make their way to the Golden State, playing their inaugural tour event in none other than beautiful and always sunny California. The band will be heading to the entertainment mecca of West Hollywood, California, the beating pulse of the world's entertainment heart that is the most sought after tour location for music acts big and small. Big Data will be rocking their way across West Hollywood to the Troubadour, a world famous concert venue that has hosted some of the biggest names in music over the last several decades. An intrinsic part of Hollywood's bumping music scene, the Troubadour straddles the iconic Santa Monica Boulevard as it sits right at the intersection of W.H. and Beverly Hill, making it the perfect destination to catch some Big Data beats before (or after) an exciting night ou t on the town.
Next up, Big Data will be crossing the country as they make their way to the Sunshine State, where they'll be soaking up some sweet rays and unending Spring Break fun at the always bumping Big Guava Music Festival. A two day festival extravaganza that will be ground zero for Spring Break fun this May, Big Guava will be making its way to Tampa, Florida's MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, where Big Data will be sharing the stage with an all star lineup of heavy hitters that will be putting all other contending music fests to shame. This year's Big Guava will feature not just Big Data, but appearances from a laundry list of musicians including: The Strokes, the legendary garage rockers who have been redefining music for over a generation, known for a multitude of hits including "Hard to Explain", "Last Nite", "Reptilia", and "Is This It"; The Pixies, old guard rockers whose hit single "Where Is My Mind" has been long immortalized on the radio airwaves; Hozier, new wave grungers who have been receiving considerable airplay for their hit "Take Me To Church"; Passion Pit, indie electro dance rockers known for hits such as "Sleepyhead"; TV On The Radio, longtime rock jazz fusion band whose brassy hits include their recent "Happy Idiot", as well as old time classics "Staring at the Sun" and "Wolf Like Me"; Cold War Kids, who broke onto the scene with the hit "Hang Me Up To Dry" and have since been receiving non stop requests for their mega hit "First"; Jenny Lewis, of Rilo Kiley fame; and many, many more.
Next up on the Big Data tour schedule will be a stop in at the 1065 The Ends Big Fat Birthday Bash, where Big Data will be bringing home a lineup of non stop musical allstars including New Politics, Cake, and Flagship. The band will then break west as they head to the Centennial State, lighting up Englewood, Colorado's Gothic Theater like never before as they bring their special flavor of alternative electro pop dance jams to the heart of middle America. Big Data will then make their way to the Dirty Parts Festival, again sharing the stage with New Politics and Saint Motel at the Lakeside Rodeo Grounds of Lakeside, California. The band will be returning to where it all began to blow out their exciting 2015 tour with a show in Costa Mesa, California, to play alongside like minded rockers Capital Cities at the Costa Mesa's Pacific Amphitheater.
About Big Data
Big Data is the musical moniker adopted by producer and DJ Alan Wilkis, which burst into existence in 2013 as a result of Wilkis' insatiable musical appetite. The album revolves around Alan while frequently inviting collaborators to work alongside Wilkis to produce tracks, with Big Data's most well known partner in crime being indie rock outfit Joywave. Big Data's 2013 debut EP, 1.0, feature a variety of hits that instantly ingratiated Big Data to mainstream music world, with the band since releasing and touring on its first full length release, 2.0.
2.0 would drop on the Wilcassettes music label, with the album climbing to #75 on the US Billboard 200 as it looked to expand on the monumental success enjoyed by Big Data's breakout single "Dangerous". The album would receive rave reviews from critics, including a coveted four stars from AllMusic and a favorable rating from the Herald Scotland, and featured the hits "Dangerous", "The Business of Emotion", "Snowed In", and "Sick For Me".
Big Data's most recent album featured a laundry list of collaborators, including Joywave, White Sea, Kimbra, Rivers Cuomo, Jenn Wasner, Dragonette, Bear Hands, and Jamie Lidell.
The Big Data Concert Experience
Get ready for the music experience of a lifetime as you prepare yourself to enjoy all the marvelous ups and heavy bass drops of a Big Data life performance. Whether you're rocking out to mainstream mega hit "Dangerous" or listening to any of his several hit tracks from his LP 2.0, Big Data offers a live music adventure that you will never forget. Don't miss your chance to catch this legendary rocker live and in the flesh - get your tickets today!