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Barely Alive: ‘Feel The Panic’ Tour Brings The Bass to Republic NOLA This Saturday

Barely Alive’s ‘Feel The Panic’ Tour is stopping by on Saturday, January 14th with Hi I’m Ghost and debut from ek.ko! Get your tickets NOW!

Looking for a show this weekend in NOLA? Look no further than our friends over at Republic NOLA. Barely Alive’s ‘Feel The Panic’ tour is headed to the Big Easy this Friday. With support from Hi I’m Ghost, this is one you may not want to miss out on. 

We recently chatted with Barely Alive before his NOLA show, and the producer had nothing but praise for our dance scene. 

“New Orleans has always been one of the most unique and exciting cities for us to play in the states. Our first major festival booking was Voodoo 2014 and it was such an unforgettable experience!

It feels great to kick off the first weekend of our tour at Republic NOLA. This is the first tour that will be focused on all original music from us and we feel confident that these will be some of the best Barely Alive shows to date. Looking forward to getting some great local food as well” – Barely Alive

With Republic being one of the first tours stops for the “Feel The Panic” tour, fans are sure to see some original visuals and set design. In direct support on the tour is Hi I’m Ghost. With their signature eerie sound that has captivated listeners from all over the world, Hi I’m Ghost has made the heavier, darker side of dance music their focus.

“I’m super excited to come out to Republic and play my first ever show in NOLA. I’m going to be debuting the brand new Ghost mask and playing a ton of new music from the Hi I’m Ghost + Hi I’m House project – hope you guys like it!” – Hi Im Ghost

Barely Alive’s ‘Feel The Panic’ Tour is stopping by on Saturday, January 14th. The doors for this one are at 10 pm with the show kicking off around 11 pm. Tickets range from $25 to $35 for VIP. Fans can head to Republic’s website to grab theirs. Get your tickets NOW!

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