Pretty Lights reveal plans for big tour

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Derek Smith’s project Pretty Lights is hitting the road this summer for a series of a headlining dates. Touring with Big Gigantic and Nit Grit, Pretty Lights will hit Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion on Friday, September 23. Tickets for the show, which range in price from $20 to $30, are now on sale through Live Nation.

Following a extensive summer festival schedule that includes appearances at Lollapalooza and on several dates of the Identity Festival, the fall tour promises new music and bigger than ever theatrics. At the headlining shows, Pretty Lights will boast a “massive” 3D stage with tons of LED lights and an “out of this world” light show.

All of Pretty Lights’ music is available through the artist’ official website for download with a donation option of any amount. The latest release, which will be the first for the Pretty Lights 2011 remixes collection,  remixes and samples Radiohead’s “Everything in its Right Place”, Nirvana’s “All Apologies” and Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer”.


  1. The Commoner says:

    Nice! I was lucky enough to stand front row at Derek’s secret show in the Sherwood Forest at Electric Forest Festival with Break Science last weekend. So nasty. Now that I’m broke I’m counting on this sweepstakes a website called GroopEase is sponsoring. Such a synch, you literally have to join groopease (for free) and like they’re facebook page and you’re in the running. The prize is two 3-day passes to Lolla plus $500 caysh money. Hope to see you there! Here’s the link to enter, as reluctant as I am to decrease my odds…!/groopease?sk=app_242484089111033

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