Stage AE | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Hippie Sabotage is bringing the Enter the Unknown Tour to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As they embark on another North American tour next year, prepare to witness them live in your city. As a duo known for their heavy bass and trippy visuals, you can expect to have one of the best nights of your lives at this show. If you’re a fan from the area, keep reading for more details on the show.
Catch Hippie Sabotage live as they light up Stage AE on Friday, the 26th of April, 2024. It’s going to be an unforgettable night so don’t miss out on this! Call all your friends and tell them that this is the EDM show you’re going to want to start with next Spring. Get your gear ready and make plans to attend!
Tickets to see the duo HIppie Sapotage in Pittsburgh are on sale right now. Get your hands on tickets by clicking ‘GET TICKETS.’
About Hippie Sabotage:
Hippie Sabotage perfectly embodies their moniker - lighting up stadiums with trippy LED graphics while pounding the stage with massive beats, booming bass, and boundless enthusiasm. The Saurer brothers may have amassed billions of streams online, but nothing beats witnessing them command a stage, especially when Kevin is behind the boards and Jeff bursts out his guitar. Since taking the world by storm with their remix of Tove Lo's "Habits (Stay High)," the duo has brought their smooth, heart-pounding productions to cities all over the world, dominating at top festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and Electric Zoo, and selling out shows on their own headlining tours.
HIPPIE SABOTAGE, aka Jeff and Kevin Saurer, debuted in 2014 with their remix of Tove Lo's "HABITS (STAY HIGH)." It has over a billion views on YouTube and over 540 million streams on Spotify. With singles like "YOUR SOUL," "TRUST NOBODY," "DEVIL EYES," "DRIFTER," AND "OPTIONS," they've subsequently expanded their fan base. At the age of 12, the brothers began working on music. At first, they were focusing on hip-hop and providing beats for local musicians such as Yukmouth. Hippie Sabotage was inspired by their fathers' initials H.S. They began in the indie genre in 2005 and subsequently moved into the electronica genre. They continued to make hip-hop musical beats for Chicago musicians such as Alex Wiley and C Plus. They eventually made electronic music.
Hippie Sabotage's studio album, Floating Plalace, was released in 2021. According to Volume Utah, "the 14-track collection highlights 808-laden trap beats amplified by honest lyrics and hazy textures, borrowing from hip-hop and rock." Their most recent album however is Trailblazer. They went on a 2023 trek to support it, selling out venues nationwide.
When the duo Hippie Sabotage brings their tour to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania next Spring, there's no way you can miss it - especially if you missed seeing them in 2023's Trailblazer tour. It's going to be a unique experience you'll never forget. So, go ahead and grab your tickets to the show today!