The dates run through June and July, with an appearance at  Festival in Wasaga Beach, Ontario also set for August 20. The tour is truly a North American tour, with a solid number of shows booked in Canada as well as the U.S., and a set at Revolution Festival in Guadalajara, Mexico, to boot.

The run kicks off June 30 in San Diego, Calif., and extends to a July 23 show in Dallas. A number of European shows have already been announced before and after the North American run, with a set in  Ibiza, Spain, a landmark city in the development of dance music.

Sharam has released a large amount of music which stays fairly close to his house and EDM roots. However, he collaborated with the likes of Kid CudiShakira and Chris Martin of Coldplay to produce more listenable, pop-influenced tracks.

On the upcoming A Warehouse Sharam said he wanted the tracks to be unique, despite the fact that the album is, in some ways, an exploration of the roots of house music.

“I never want my records to sound like anyone else’s, and at the same time I never want two of my own tracks to sound the same,” Sharam said in a press release. “Every track is its own adventure, like an individual ride in a theme park. Each ride has to stand on its own, but come together as one cohesive unit in the context of the theme park. In this case the theme park is A Warehouse, filled with hypnotic rides and emotional rollercoasters.”

The bass will keep on pumping at these dates over the summer:

June 3 — San Diego, Calif., Bang Bang
June 4 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Celebrities
June 10 — Ferndale, Mich., The Grasshopper Underground
June 11 — Guadalajara, Mexico, Club Hipico Alamitos (Corona Revoution Fest)
June 18 — Boston, Mass., Ascend
June 19 — Denver, Colo., Beta     
June 25 — Chicago, Ill., The Mid
June 26 — Washington, D.C., Soundcheck
June 30 — Calgary, Alberta, Bespoke Nightclub
July 1 — Philadelphia, Pa., Coda
July 2 — Pointe-Calumet, Quebec, Beach Club
July 7 — Pittsburgh, Pa., The Altar Bar
July 9 — New York, N.Y., Webster Hall      
July 10 — Belmar, N.J., D’Jais      
July 16 — Los Angeles, Calif., Sound
July 21 — Austin, Texas, Ethics Music Lounge
July 22 — Seattle, Wash., Foundation Nightclub
July 23 — Dallas, Texas, Levu
Aug. 20 — Wasaga Beach, Ontario, Wasaga Beach (Center Of Gravity)

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