Many people speculated that when Rainman was announced for a party in Miami, that wasn’t the end of it. After all, hardly anyone in this industry does anything one-off. It’s all a part of a grander scheme that publicists and managers have concocted. That might sound like a negative connotation, but if the music is good, I really couldn’t care less what goes on behind the scenes (for the most part).

Back to the point, it has been revealed that Rainman will be doing a short stint of shows in the next month or so. He’ll begin in Miami with a slot on the Buygore Pool Party (March 29) before kicking it to Chicago’s The Mid (April 10), New York City’s Webster Hall (April 11) and Los Angeles’ Avalon (April 18).

I, for one, am excited to see what he’ll bring to the table. I’m curious to see whether the claims that he was behind all of Krewella’s productions will translate well to a solo gig. After all, he did in fact do most of the DJing at the Krewella shows.

Check with your local venues for tickets.


H/T: Magnetic Mag