For his upcoming “ANTIFRACTAL” tour, Subtronics brings a new state-of-the-art audio/visual experience to stages across the States. With a second leg just added, the producer will pass through New Orleans on February 9. Buy tickets here.
Due to high demand, Subtronics is expanding his extensive 2023 touring run. After his sell-out, 55+ date headline tour in 2022, the dubstep producer followed up quickly with the 2023 “ANTIFRACTAL” tour. Originally, his two-month run didn’t include New Orleans, but due to massive interest in the tour, Subtronics added five additional shows. And one of them is in the Big Easy.
The tour, co-produced by Live Nation & Insomniac’s Bassrush, will headline some of the country’s most legendary venues and arenas. On February 9, Subtronics takes the stage at Fillmore New Orleans. It’s a huge achievement for the Philly native. In the last four years alone we’ve watched him ascend New Orleans stages, from a B2B with Boogie T at Republic NOLA to co-hosting BUKU Late with Zeds Dead at Orpheum Theater. Now, he takes his biggest stage yet.
In January of 2022, Subtronics dropped his debut album FRACTALS, which came in at #4 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Album Chart. The album coincided with his massive 50+ date sell-out national headline “FRACTAL” tour. The tour traveled with a custom-built stage, featuring a floating DJ table within a reflective black hole dubbed ‘The Wormhole.’
Subtronics in New Orleans
For the “ANTIFRACTAL” tour at The Fillmore, MUST DIE! and Austeria join the lineup. MUST DIE! is the cutting-edge antagonist responsible for bangers like “CHAOS.” Austeria is an up-and-coming dubstep artist from Maryland.
Tickets for Subtronics’ “ANTIFRACTAL” tour at the Fillmore NOLA are on sale now. Prices start at $49.50 apiece. Check out other ticket options and availability here.
Doors: 7 PM | Fillmore New Orleans | February 9, 2023
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