Jon Hopkins heading out on tour in support of new album 'Singularity'

Hot off the release of his latest full-length, Singularity, Jon Hopkins has shared plans to tour North America this fall with support from special guests Daniel Avery and Leon Vynehall.

The acclaimed British electronic producer and musician will kick off his 10-date run at Thalia Hall in Chicago on Sept. 12, and make stops at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre on Sept. 18 and San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom on Sept. 20. The short tour will wrap with back-to-back east coast gigs on Sept. 25 at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn and Sept. 26 at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Mass. Tickets for all dates go on sale this Thursday, May 24.

Singularity, which emerged back on May 4 via Domino Records, debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic chart here in the US and No. 1 on the UK Dance and Independent charts. While on the road, Hopkins is expected to showcase material from the highly praised 9-track collection, including its three singles: “Emerald Rush,” “Everything Connected,” and “Singularity.” The album, his first in five years, is the follow-up to the 2013 Mercury Prize-nominated LP, Immunity.

Listen to the track “Everything Connected,”  featured on Hopkins’ recently released album, Singularity, above. Check out the full North American itinerary below. Don’t forget to purchase tickets for select dates right here at For more information, visit Jon Hopkins’ website.

Jon Hopkins - 2018 Tour Dates
Sept. 12 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall #
Sept. 14 - Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall #
Sept. 15 - Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre #
Sept. 16 - Denver, CO - Grandoozy (DJ set)
Sept. 18 - Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre # (Click here for tickets)
Sept. 20 - San Francisco, CA - Regency Ballroom # (Click here for tickets)
Sept. 22 - Seattle, WA - Neumos ^
Sept. 23 - Vancouver, BC - Imperial ^
Sept. 25 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel ^ (Click here for tickets)
Sept. 26 - Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair (Click here for tickets)
# = with Daniel Avery
^ = with Leon Vynehall