Camelphat announce North American tour supporting their album “Spiritual Milk”


In a thrilling development for electronic music fans, the ground-breaking, multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated DJ and production duo CAMELPHAT have announced a limited-engagement North American tour. This announcement follows the successful release of their highly-anticipated second album, ‘Spiritual Milk’, marking a new chapter in their illustrious career.

CAMELPHAT, known for their dynamic and immersive electronic beats, have already made a significant impact in 2023. They’ve captivated audiences at some of the biggest music festivals around the globe, including Coachella, Ultra Music Festival Miami, and a notable performance at LA’s Pershing Square. Their reputation as one of the most in-demand electronic music acts in the world is well-earned, and this tour is set to further cement their status in the music industry.


Feb 9 – Great Hall, New York 

Feb 16 – Echostage, Washington DC

Feb 17 – History, Toronto 

Mar 1 Radius, Chicago 

Mar 2  Fillmore, Denver 

The upcoming tour is not just a series of concerts; it’s an entirely new experience for fans. CAMELPHAT is set to debut a special, never-before-seen visual show that encapsulates the music and spirit of ‘Spiritual Milk’. This album has been a significant milestone for the duo, featuring high-profile collaborations with an array of talented artists such as London Grammar, SOHN, Shimza, Mathame, Kolsch, Anyma, RHODES, Jake Bugg, and Desire. These collaborations have brought a fresh and diverse sound to the album, showcasing CAMELPHAT’s ability to blend different musical styles seamlessly.

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