Tickets are Still Available to Deadmau5 Performance in Cincinnati This Weekend

The "We Are Friends" tour stops by the Andrew J Brady Music Center on Saturday, Oct. 1.

click to enlarge deadmau5 will be performing at Cincinnati's Andrew J Brady Music Center on Saturday, Oct. 1. - Photo: Deadmau5, Wikimedia Commons
Photo: Deadmau5, Wikimedia Commons
deadmau5 will be performing at Cincinnati's Andrew J Brady Music Center on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Canadian music producer, DJ and LED enthusiast deadmau5 is bringing his "We Are Friends" tour to Cincinnati this weekend, Oct. 1, and tickets are still available.

The "We Are Friends (WAF)" tour features a small collection of deadmau5’s favorite DJs and performers. The show will also feature a DJ set from NERO with support from EDDIE and Kasablanca. All performers are part of the multi-edition WAF compilation series put together by deadmau5 himself to showcase new talent from his label, mau5trap. This, however, is the first "We Are Friends"-branded tour. 

Deadmau5 was born Joel Zimmerman long before he designed and donned the mouse mask. While his first self-released compilations were limited release and have since been reworked into new efforts, deadmau5 has continued to make steady gains throughout his career.

Since adapting the deadmau5 persona he’s climbed and topped the ranks of modern electronic music producers. With bonkers light shows, good music and an ever evolving collection of mouse heads with new and fun quirks and technology, deadmau5 remains a must-see attraction for electronic music fans.

On Oct. 1 deadmau5 and his pals will bring the "We Are Friends" tour to The Andrew J Brady Music Center, 25 Race St., Downtown. Tickets are still available at ticketmaster.com


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