Morgan Page announces extensive fall North American bus tour

Morgan Page will hit the road this fall for an extensive 10-week bus tour covering much of the U.S. and parts of Canada.

Dubbed “Morgan Page Presents,” the 50+ city tour kicks off in mid Sept. in his home base of Southern California and wraps up right where it started on Nov. 30.

Page will be joined by Project46, Walden, Audien, Maor Levi, Beltek and Topher Jones on the tour.

“This tour is all about showcasing new talent and groundbreaking artists,” said Page in a press release.

“There’s so much amazing music out there and I want to help champion new and emerging artists. The bus tour kicks things off in the fall, bringing along my favorite new artists but that’s only the beginning. Music is only one component of the brand. Everything will revolve around innovation – new technology, new artists, and new experiences that will entertain and enrich people’s lives.”

Also debuting on this tour is a new 3D interactive element originally created for Michael Jackson’s “This Is It.”

Here’s where you can catch the tour in EMW land:

Sept. 21 – Denver, Co. – Denver Coliseum (Skylab)
Sept. 22 – Kansas City, Mo. – The Midland
Sept. 25 – Milwaukee, Wis. – Miramar Theatre
Sept. 26 – Fairburn, Ga. – TomorrowWorld Pre-party
Sept. 27 – Detroit, Mich. – Freedom Hill Amphitheater (Forever Festival)
Oct. 2 – Minneapolis, Minn. – Epic Events Center
Oct. 3 – Madison, Wis. – Segredo
Oct. 4 – Chicago, Ill. – Concord Music Hall
Oct. 12 – St. Louis, Mo. – Scottish Rite Cathedral
Nov. 6 – Dallas, Tex. – South Side Music Hall
Nov. 7 – San Marcos, Tex. – The Texas Music Theatre
Nov. 8 – Houston, Tex. – Stereo Live
Nov. 9 – El Paso, Tex. – Buchanan’s Event Center

Alongside the tour, Page will also release his first commercial compilation to be titled Morgan Page Presents.  The compilation will feature Page’s original material and remixes along with new tracks from the participating artists on the tour.

Page is currently enjoying success from his rework of The Outfield’s 1986 hit “You’re Love.”


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