Totem Onelove’s upcoming tours not affected by Stereosonic cancellation

Totem Onelove’s upcoming Australian tours will not be affected by yesterday’s Stereosonic cancellation, organisers have confirmed.

Tours for Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Jauz and Joseph Capriati will go ahead as planned, Totem Onelove’s Simon Coyle told inthemix this morning. Totem Onelove operates Stereosonic and is owned by SFX, the U.S. company who this year filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Totem’s Jauz and Mija tour kicks off next week, with Italian talent Joseph Capriati playing at Carl Cox’s techno festival Pure and a Brisbane sideshow later this month. Armin van Buuren will his ‘Embrace’ world tour to Sydney and Melbourne in June, the same month Above & Beyond stage a special acoustic show at Sydney Opera House.

Yesterday Totem Onelove and parent company SFX announced that Stereosonic will be on hiatus in 2016, but will return “bigger and better” in 2017.

Armin van Buuren ‘Embrace’ tour

June 10 – Hisense Arena, Melbourne
June 12 – Exhibition Halls, Showgrounds, Sydney

Above & Beyond Acoustic

June 6 – Sydney Opera House, Sydney

Jauz + Mija tour

April 14 – Platform One, Melbourne
April 15 – Metro Theatre, Sydney sold out
April 16 – The Tivoli, Brisbane sold out
April 20 – Academy, Canberra
April 23 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
April 24 – ivy, Sydney
April 24 – Villa, Perth sold out
April 25 – Villa, Perth sold out

Joseph Capriati dates

April 22 – Dragonfruit @ Capulet, Brisbane
April 23 – Pure @ Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
April 24 – Pure @ Shed 14, Melbourne