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Gryffin confirms release of first-ever Gravity tour set – Dancing Astronaut

Following his two-part, 60-stop freshman album run through 2019, Gryffin is not allowing his Gravity live show to fade in fans’ rearview. In an unexpected turn of events, Gryffin plans to upload his first-ever full concert while the world remains trapped at home. The Gravity II performance, captured by a professional video crew across back-to-back October evenings at The Shrine in Los Angeles, will air in grand fashion May 9 at 9PM EST.

Gravity Live from The Shrine will present an all-encompassing audio-visual experience for those that were unable to witness Gryffin and his live ensemble first-hand with full performances of his album classics like “Tie Me Down,” “All You Need To Know” and “Body Back.” For those searching for additional quarantine content from Gryffin, he has kept himself occupied over the past month. He not only issued his first post-album release, “Hold You Tonight” but also participated in a stunning 60-minute beachside Digital Mirage virtual stream.

Fans are able to RSVP for the stream here, where they will be provided with more details alongside the rollout.

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It’s my sincere pleasure to announce my first full-length concert movie, “Gravity Live from The Shrine” directed by @jordanmiles . Premiering next Saturday (May 9th) at 6 pm PST. During the Gravity II Tour last year, we brought in a camera crew to shoot our biggest, most ambitious headline shows across two nights at The Shrine in Los Angeles. Ever since I started the Gryffin project, it has always been a goal of mine to put on a unique live electronic music show, and this concert movie captures exactly what I had always imagined. You can watch the premiere next Saturday with me on my YouTube page starting 6pm PST. I also have a few surprises in store so be sure to RSVP via link in my bio to receive all updates around the premiere.

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