PublishedTue, 29 Mar 2016, 17:34
- The Lithuanian producer will return next month with the Equalized tour.
Ten Walls will play ten live dates starting in Tbilisi on April 15th.
Lithuanian producer Marijus Adomaitis mostly dropped out of the public eye since he drew the ire of the dance music world with homophobic comments on his Facebook page last summer. He issued a number of apologies in the months after being dropped from the bill of several high-profile festivals. In December 2015 he also gave away a free track via Lithuanian LGBT rights organisation LGL.
His upcoming Equalized tour, which reaches Western and Eastern Europe as well as the Middle East, sees him returning to the spotlight with a new audiovisual show. "It took more than a year from idea to actual implementation," Adomaitis says. "Art direction, costume designers, sound engineers and dancers are collaborators in a huge fantastic team that made the primary concept become reality, ready for your eyes and ears." It also includes original footage shot in ten different locations in Lithuania on high-definition RED cameras.
It kicks off in Tbilisi mid-April before heading to Istanbul, Milan, Antwerp and Lisbon. Next up is Prague followed by Naples, Abu Dhabi and Belgrade, with one last gig in Budapest. Venues for these gigs haven't been specified yet.
Check out a preview video of the live show below.