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Since the release of their incredible hit song “Roses” in 2015, The Chainsmokers have only moved on and up in the music scene. Their first release on the charts was “Selfie” in late 2014 which achieved unparalleled success in clubs and charts across the world. Partygoers would revel in the energy from the song and the notion of a “selfie” became an even more socially normal occurrence in both nightclubs and in everyday life.

The DJ duo is made up of members Alex Pall and Drew Taggart. Together, they have revolutionized the music scene with their dance music meets indie meets pop meets hip-hop tunes. In the summertime of last year, The Chainsmokers released “Closer” which took the music world by storm. The catchy love song details a couple of estranged lovers who see each other again for the first time. The song moves through a relatable emotional rollercoaster and the lyrics are extremely catchy, ensuring thousands of people across the world can at least hum along, if not know the entire song word for word.

In a recent release, The Chainsmokers have teamed up with Coldplay to release the song “Something Just Like This”. With Coldplay’s slow move to more upbeat dance music, this collaboration is something to check out right now!

On April 7th, The Chainsmokers will reveal their first studio album ever titled Memories…Do Not Open. We don’t yet know what will be on the album…so stay tuned!

The Chainsmokers are currently on tour and have been since the beginning of February 2017. Bringing plenty of energy to clubs, arenas, and festivals across the world, the DJ duo are heading to the United Kingdom and Mexico before returning to North America to play even more shows. In late June, they will head back over to Europe to play at the Italia Milano Urban Festival in Milan, Italy.

In case you are looking to go to one of their insane shows, here are the dates for The 2017 Chainsmokers Tour:

Mar 03 – XS, Las Vegas, NV

Mar 10 – XS, Las Vegas, NV

Mar 12 – RodeoHouston @ NRG Park, Houston, TX

Apr 13 – American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL

Apr 14 – Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL

Apr 15 – North Charleston Coliseum, Charleston, SC

Apr 18 – John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville, VA

Apr 20 – Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, CT

Apr 21 – XS The Nightclub at Encore, Las Vegas, NV

Apr 22 – PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

Apr 25 – Wolstein Center, Cleveland, OH

Apr 26 – US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH

Apr 27 – Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI

Apr 28 – Memorial Coliseum (Alliant Energy Center), Madison, WI

Apr 29 – Allstate Arena, Chicago, IL

Apr 30 – Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, IA

May 02 – Maverik Center, West Valley City, UT

May 04 – Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA

May 05 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

May 06 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

May 07 – Shaky Beats, Atlanta, GA

May 07 – XS, Las Vegas, NV

May 08 – Valley View Casino Center, San Diego, CA

May 09 – Gila River Arena, Glendale, AZ

May 11 – Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, TX

May 12 – XS, Las Vegas, NV

May 13 – Smoothie King Arena, New Orleans, LA

May 16 – BOK Center, Tulsa, OK

May 17 – Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO

May 18 – ScotTrade Center, St Louis, MO

May 19 – Fedex Forum, Memphis, TN

May 20 – KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, KY

May 23 – Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, SC

May 24 – PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC

May 25 – Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA

May 26 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

May 30 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON

Jun 01 – Bell Centre, Montreal, QC

Jun 02 – TD Garden, Boston, MA

Jun 03 – Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, PA

Jun 04 – Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, PA

Jun 07 – Dunkin Donuts Arena, Providence, RI

Jun 09 – Forest Hills Stadium, Forest Hills, NY

Jun 10 – Forest Hills Stadium, Forest Hills, NY