The Innervisions man will play five US parties over five consecutive nights next week.
Innervisions boss Dixon will head stateside next week for a five-night run starting Wednesday in Chicago.
Dixon has been a fixture in Berlin's club scene since the mid '90s. He may be most famous for Innervisions, the record label he founded six years ago alongside Âme which continues to put out a steady stream of modern house music. It's been a busy summer for Innervisions: a few months ago, Dixon revealed to RA that the label would turn to self-distribution, with the first release sold exclusively through their store being a remix package of Osunlade's Envision.
The coming stateside tour looks to be another busy endeavor, with five events confirmed across the country in five days. Dixon will head first to Chicago to play the Commonwealth Wednesday event at Crimson Lounge, followed by a Thursday night at Electric Pickle in Miami. Friday will be Time To Get Ill in New York, with Dixon playing an extended set at Good Units. Then on Saturday, he'll headline a loft party in Denver, before the tour winds down with an early Sunday evening set at Public Works in San Francisco.
Tickets for next Friday's event in New York can be found here on RA.