Porter Robinson at UFCUA (formerly USANA)

Porter Robinson is coming to Utah! The SMILE! :D WORLD TOUR featuring the debut of a completely new full live band performance + special guest ericdoa! :D

Live Nation and V2 Presents

Porter Robinson

Smile! 😀 World Tour

Friday October 18th

with special guest ericdoa

Venue・UFCU Amphitheater (formerly USANA)・5150 South 6055 West ・West Valley City

All ages event・Doors open at 9:00pm

About Porter Robinson:

Porter Robinson has embarked into a new pop era with his third studio album, SMILE! 😀. The highly anticipated worldwide tour will be his biggest ever, running across 20 countries and 5 continents from August 2024 through early 2025 starting in North America before continuing to Asia, Australia, Europe and Latin America. He will debut a completely new full live band performance, after first experimenting with the format at Second Sky 2022 and again in 2023 at Coachella’s main stage. The new album’s lead single, “Cheerleader”, gained over 1 million views on YouTube and over 1 million streams on Spotify in the first 24 hours.

In 2019, Porter put on the first Second Sky Festival, which sold out of all 30,000 tickets for the two-day festival in a single day. In both 2020 and 2021, Porter Robinson hosted editions of his virtual festival Secret Sky, amassing over 6 million viewers combined, and which came to be regarded as the most sophisticated virtual festivals of their time. In 2021, following the release of sophomore album Nurture, Second Sky Festival made its return to the Bay Area, selling out 40,000 tickets in a single day. Immediately following, the Nurture Live North American Tour sold over 150,000 tickets and was the highest grossing electronic tour of 2021.

At age 18, the North Carolina-based producer and songwriter burst onto the scene with a complex, bombastic brand of electro-house. Following the major success of his 2014 debut album Worlds, Porter released the RIAA Gold single “Shelter” with Madeon in 2016, followed by a Shelter Live Tour spanning 43 dates and four continents. The following year, Porter began releasing music under a new alias, Virtual Self, which led to his first Grammy nomination for the BBC Radio 1 hit single “Ghost Voices.”

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