Generation Wild Tour 2013 Announces 19 Dates, Promises EDM and "Hedonism"

Free-spirited? Supersexy? "Hungry for hedonism, music and an extraordinary lifestyle"?

Welcome to Generation Wild, a "unique concept tour," according to the official hype, "ready to explode in a city near you."

The beat-freaking lineup: Awesome "Bong" bro Deniz Koyu, the 17-year-old Spanish EDM phenom Danny Avila, house blog fave dBerrie, and Tiësto understudy Mikael Weermets -- not to mention famous NYC nightlife photog Kirillwashere and a couple thousand half-naked beat freaks.

So far, Generation Wild will be uhntz-uhntz-ing through 19 American dates. And duh ... The party is comin' to LIV on South Beach.

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Generation Wild Tour 2013 Tour Dates

January 31 The MID, Chicago, IL

February 1 The Bluestone, Columbus, OH

February 2 Brrrrr! Fest, Toronto, ON

February 4 Westcott Theatre, Syracuse, NY

February 5 Shrine, Foxwoods, CT

February 6 Bar FX, Worcester, MA

February 7 Lit, Philadelphia, PA

February 8 Whim Nightclub, Pittsburgh, PA

February 9 Levels, State College, PA

February 12 Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI

February 13 Dunkirk, Bloomington, IN

February 14 LIV, Miami, FL

February 15 Upstate Concert Hall, Albany, NY

February 16 Webster Hall, New York, NY

February 17 HQ @ Revel, Atlantic City, NJ

February 19 Bijou, Boston, MA

February 21 Josephine, Washington, DC

February 22 LS Live, Ottawa, ON

February 23 New City Gas, Montreal, CA

Generation Wild Tour 2013. With Danny Avila, Deniz Koyu, dBerrie and Mikael Weermets. February 14. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets are available via Ages 21 and up. Call 305-674-4680 or visit

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