MitiS announces Lost Album Tour with environmental initiative

MitiS Announces North American Tour with a total of 31 cities for his sophomore studio album "Lost."

On April 8, 2021, one of the most awaited wishes by listeners of melodic bass music came true. After several months of waiting and uncertainty of when it could arrive, MitiS released his sophomore studio album. Under the name of Lost, made up of a total of twelve productions, including Try, Homesick & Hurt.

Consolidating as one of the best melodic projects of the year through the record label of Seven Lions Ophelia Records, take the next step. The producer MitiS embarks on a "lost" journey, which will take thousands of listeners to hear the album through his Tour. From August to December, he will visit a total of 31 cities across the United States and Canada.

The Tour will begin in Miami and will run through multiple locations until December such as New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Atlanta, Seattle, Vancouver & Salt Lake City. It includes some of the best places in the world such as the Hollywood Palladium, the San Jose Civic Center or the Skyway Theater, among others. Also one of the stops will make MitiS will be to take his album to Electric Zoo in early September. This tour is going to be a great leap in the professional career of MitiS. His live shows draw on his musical training as his productions create an inspiring experience.

One of the best things that will make up his Lost Album Tour it will be a commitment to the association The Arbor Day Foundation. The producer will use a percentage of income to plant 10.000 trees for the non-profit organization; as a solution to many of the problems we are facing today. The association is part of the initiative Time For Trees, whose goal is to plant 100 million trees around the world.

The return of live events is closer than ever and with it, the tours of your favorite artists. You can buy now the tickets for Lost Album Tour on the official page of MitiS.

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