Skeler is Taking Wave Music Global on His International “Lights Fade” Tour

The Wave movement is heading to Europe after Skeler, one of the genre's most game-changing artists, announced an international tour. 

Skeler's "Light Fades" tour begins this week at Wakaan Festival in Arkansas, followed by stops in Illinois and Wisconsin before he heads out for its international leg. During his time in Europe, he'll stop in London, Budapest, Berlin, Prague and more before rounding things out in Mexico and the U.S. in December.

Skeler has quickly become one of the most prominent Wave artists in the electronic music scene, serving as a pioneer for the genre with his otherworldly production. He first hit the limelight with 2018's anthemic single "Tel Aviv" before following with standout tracks like 2020's "Ava." 

This year Skeler has dropped two albums, N i g h t D r i v e and N i g h t D r i v e PART II. Both act as lodestars for the genre, breathing life into the Australian producer's unique sound while simultaneously providing genre-defining work across 21 total tracks.

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Fans interested in catching Skeler on the road this fall and winter can find tickets here



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