Erick Morillo

Erick Morillo Announces North American Tour

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House music pioneer and Subliminal Records label boss Erick Morillo announces his North American tour, kicking off this month. He’s coming to San Francisco on September 2, so be sure to check him out. Spanning nationwide across both coasts, the producer will travel to over thirteen cities, performing at intimate venues across Denver, San Francisco, Houston and more. The fall foray will kick off in Morillo’s hometown of Los Angeles, where he will host the official release party for his forthcoming single with Eddie Thoneick, “Lost In You.”

With an interest in DJing sparked at only eleven years old, Erick Morillo now stands as a platinum-selling artist with globally chart-topping releases, including “Reach,” “Believe,” “Do What You Want” and “I Feel Love.” Raised with an eclectic variety of musical tastes including Latin, reggae and hip-hop, these influences shined through on his 90s dance classic “I Like To Move It” under the moniker Reel 2 Real, which was recently featured in all three Madagascar movies. Now focusing on the relaunch of his Subliminal Records imprint, the producer has released a bevy of new material, collaborating with the very talented vocalist Angel Taylor on “Oooh,” producers Eli & Fur on “Thunder & Lightning” and “This Is How We Do It” with the rising Subliminal signee Junolarc.

Tour Dates
Aug 25 – 1OAK, Los Angeles, CA
Aug 28 – Lost Day Club, Staten Island, NY
Sept 2 – Love + Propaganda, San Francisco, CA
Sept 4 – Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale, AZ
Sept 8 – Kingdom, Austin, TX
Sept 9 – It’ll Do, Dallas, TX
Sept 10 – Stereo Live, Houston, TX
Sept 11 – Beta, Denver, CO
Sept 16 – D30, Sacramento, CA
Sept 17 – LEX, Reno, NV
Sept 18 – Sundown Music Festival, Huntington Beach, CA
Sept 22 – Shrine, Mashantucket, CT
Oct 28 – Soundcheck, Washington, DC
Oct 29 – Heart, Miami, FL

With a discography that includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for and, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.