Skrillex, Diplo, Wacka Flocka Flame Join Jauz Onstage During LA Friendzy Tour Stop [WATCH]
Sam Vogel, the electronic bass music producer and DJ better known as Jauz, kicked off his Friendzy Tour this past weekend with three sold-out SoCal shows boasting historic back-to-back sets boasting more DJ talent than some festivals do. The first leg of the tour featured guest appearances from Wacka Flocka Flame, Skrillex and Diplo as Jack U, Marshmello, Ookay, Kill the Noise, Dirtyphonics and What So Not among others.
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The Los Angeles-based Sharksquad producer made good on the promise implied by naming his North American tour the Friendzy Tour by bringing Ookay, Borgore, Snails, Marshmello and Getter onstage last Thursday for the first night of his weekend-long takeover of LA's Fonda Theater. As Your EDM points out, luckily, Jauz shared a clip from this massive B2B on his official Facebook. Watch below.
The Friendzy tour Jauz b2b Borgore b2b Getter b2b Snails b2b Ookay b2b marshmello Posted by JAUZ on Friday, February 5, 2016
Vogel managed to outdo himself the following evening by bringing Jack U, Marshmello, What So Not, Getter, Alvin Risk, Aryay, Dirtyphonics, TJR, Ookay, Kill the Noise, AraabMuzik and Waka Flocka out for another night of epic back-to-back goodness. As We Got This Covered reports, the producer even invited his own mother, Lisa, to join the party onstage during the festivities.
Jauz will be on the road across North America with stops almost nightly for his Friendzy Tour through the end of May. Stops include Holy Ship, which sets sail this week, and Ultra in Miami.
REZZ, San Holo, Valentino Khan, Crizzly and Loudpvck are slated to support Vogel on a number of dates, but considering the madness that has ensued thus far, fans who plan on attending any future dates on the Friendzy Tour can likely expect the stage to yet again become a revolving door for some of the biggest names in bass. Find the full list of remaining tour dates and tickets to the shows that aren't already sold out on the artist's website.