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Slushii throws down in Seattle for first stop of tour (Review)

Photo: Tingting Wu

The Slushii tour kicked off in Seattle this past weekend at the Wamu theater. Monster Outbreak created yet another tour for all the music lovers in the scene. Slushii did not come empty-handed to Seattle either. He brought K?D and Nitti Gritti with him to kick off the tour.

Doors opened at 6 with Nitti Gritti kicking things off at seven for hours of music from some amazing artists. Nitti Gritti got the crowd hyped up for the show. K?D took everyone to another dimension with his set. The show was all ages, so the crowd was diverse, from 8-year-old ravers to veteran ravers. Everyone had one thing in common and that was that they were fans of Slushii.

Photo: Tingting Wu

With this being the first stop of the Outbreak tour, Slushii did not disappoint. Amazing visuals, lights, and music kept the crowd happy. Slushii played his original tracks that everyone sang along to while mixing old-time stables to make the crowd feel nostalgic. A great performance to say the least.

Photo: Tingting Wu

If you missed the show in Seattle, you still have many chances to catch him before the tour ends. Slushii is bringing his full production to many more cities. So get the full Slushii monster experience while you can! Make sure to grab your tickets here.

Photo: Tingting Wu

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  1. short life

    October 22, 2019 at 1:32 am

    I haven’t seen him in about a year but he goes pretty hard

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