EDM heavyweight Getter will be starting off 2023 strong with two stops in the Pacific Northwest: January 27th in Bend, Oregon, and March 3rd in Spokane, Washington. Getter is coming fresh from his tour after the release of his recent EP Some Creature. He’s also an opener for Subtronics’s Antifractals tour, so Getter is sure to give us a couple of head-splitting performances.
Getter has created a litany of memorable songs like his 2017 classic Inhalant Abuse and his biggest song to date Forget It. He has collaborated with the likes of Oliver Tree, $uicide Boy$, Joji, and Ghostmane among others. He is also well known for his rap project under his Terror Reid alias.
Beyond the music world, Getter has also branched out to other endeavors. He’s well known for his acting role as Bryce in the short YouTube series The Real Bros of Simi Valley. Getter has also stepped outside of the entertainment business to create a clothing brand and artist group called Shred Collective.
Getter hit a rocky patch in his career after controversy surrounding his album Visceral. This started in 2019 when show-goers at one of his Visceral tour stops in Houston, TX booed him off stage for not playing the heavy dubstep songs and mixes that they expected. This caused him not only to cancel the tour but take a step back from making music for a time.
Thankfully, Getter rose above this noise floor and returned to give us the EPs Some Creature, Dahlia I, and the album Loose Cannon. And with his return, we, as well as many others, are glad to see that Getter has not lost his talent, sense of humor, or showmanship.
Getter brings act to Spokane, WA and Bend, OR
The DJ, producer, rapper, actor, and entrepreneur will be performing at the Midtown Ballroom in Bend, Oregon on January 27th. The show will be put on by 1988 Productions and Getter will be supported by DJs Prajekt, Ecstasy of Eden, and Romz.
His second PNW show will be at Riverside Place in Spokane on March 3rd with supporting acts not yet announced and presented by Mahalo Promotions.
More information and tickets for Getter’s two PNW tour dates can be found on his website.
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