ILLENIUM launches his biggest tour to date, The ASCEND Tour, tonight in Pittsburgh, PA at Stage AE. Produced by AEG Presents, the headline run visits major markets across North America. Anticipated to play to well over 250,000 fans in 30+ cities, he graces hallowed stages such as Madison Square Garden in New York, NY September 21, Red Rocks in Morrison, CO for three sold out nights October 10-12, the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, CA on December 7, and Chase Center in San Francisco for its conclusion on December 14.

Backed by a full band and ensconced in his most immersive production (with many surprises in store), The ASCEND Tour promises to be an undeniable, unmatched, and unforgettable experience for fans. Multiple support acts will join ILLENIUM on the road including Adventure Club, Blanke, Dabin, Ekali, Said The Sky, and William Black. The full itinerary can be found below. For more ticket information, visit ILLENIUM.com.
Just last month, ILLENIUM took over multiple charts with his third full-length album, ASCEND. It captured #1 on the Billboard Top Dance Albums Chart and #1 on the iTunes Top Dance Albums Chart. Not to mention, its total streams surpassed 350 million and counting.

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The lead single “Good Things Fall Apart” with Jon Bellion remains a phenomenon. Beyond averaging 500K streams daily, it put up a total of 108 million streams thus far and claimed real estate on Spotify’s biggest playlist, Today’s Top Hits—listened to by 24 million followers. Plus, it ascended to #4 on the Billboard Top Electronic Songs Chart in addition to going #5 at Alternative Radio as “#1 Most Added First Week”, #33 at Top 40 Radio, and #39 on the Shazam chart. At radio, it plays to a weekly audience of 11 million. YouTube also added it to the coveted trending program, “Artist on the Rise.

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ILLENIUM has quietly blossomed into one of the biggest musical forces in the world. As of 2019, his cumulative streams eclipse 2 billion in total as he regularly averages 20 million monthly listeners on Spotify.