REVIEW: ILLENIUM Levels Up With Latest “Fallen Embers” Tour

It was a chilly Saturday night in San Francisco. After suffering massive show and tour delays due to the global pandemic, many locals have waited for the day ILLENIUM would make his return to the iconic Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. With roots connected to the Bay Area, ILLENIUM has crafted quite the relationship with the venue for breaking records and making multiple runs at the venue that some would not believe. Sold out show after sold-out show, Northern California’s overflowing support and love for the melodic bass icon has never wavered.

With the stage set, fans quickly loaded into the area to be treated to hours of melodic bass music. Fresh off the collaboration with Trippie Redd and Sueco, ILLENIUM was able to debut the newly released “Story Of My Life” in front of this faithful San Francisco crowd. The vibes, food, and bars were immaculate and the elements to a great night out were all put in place. A chance to see the dance artists latest album “Fallen Embers” in person definitely lived up to the expectations. ILLENIUM is constantly shifting into one of the best live performers that electronic music has to offer and his latest tour is a product of that.





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