Porter Robinson announces third album ‘SMILE :D’ and world tour

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DJ, producer and singer Porter Robinson announced his newest album SMILE 😀 out July 26, 2024. The album announcement was accompanied by the second single “Knock Yourself Out XD,” which included a music video. The pop-induced track, which contrasts Robinson’s self-image and fans’ image of him, is an ode to societal expectations and perceptions.

The album will include several physical formats: a deluxe box set, the standard edition and two retail variants: a Milky Pink Urban Outfitters Exclusive and an Opaque Baby Pink Amazon Exclusive.

In an Instagram post, Robinson described this album as “NO sincerity, ALL fun, an album that revels in absurdity for a world that rejects context.” He says SMILE 😀 is his most fun and heartbreaking record to date.

Robinson is also set to tour later this year, performing in five continents between August 2024 and March 2025. For more ticket information, click here. Presale begins April 30. 

WORLD TOUR
August 29 // MGM Music Hall at Fenway // Boston, MA
August 30 // MGM Music Hall at Fenway // Boston, MA
August 31 // Forest Hills Stadium // New York, NY

September 5 // Coca-Cola Roxy // Atlanta, GA
September 6 // Addition Financial Arena // Orlando, FL
September 7 // FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park // Miami, FL
September 10 // Municipal Auditorium // Nashville, TN
September 11 // Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre // Charlotte, NC
September 13 // TD Pavilion at the Mann // Philadelphia, PA
September 14 // Merriweather Post Pavilion // Washington, DC
September 15 // UPMC Events Center // Pittsburgh, PA
September 17 // MTELUS // Montreal, BC
September 19 // HISTORY // Toronto, BC
September 21 // HISTORY // Toronto, BC
September 22 // The Fillmore // Detroit, MI
September 23 // Everwise Amphitheater // Indianapolis, IN
September 26 // The Sylvee // Madison, WI
September 27 // Huntington Bank Pavilion // Chicago, IL
September 28 // The Armory // Minneapolis, MN
September 30 // Saint Louis Music Park // St. Louis, MO
October 1 // The Criterion // Oklahoma City, OK
October 8 // El Paso County Coliseum // El Paso, TX
October 11 // Hollywood Bowl // Los Angeles, CA
October 12 // Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre // Phoenix, AZ
October 13 // The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park // San Diego, CA
October 15 // Revel // Albuquerque, NM
October 17 // Ball Arena // Denver, CO
October 18 // Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre // Salt Lake City, UT
October 19 // BleauLive Theater // Las Vegas, NV
October 24 // Wheatland Toyota Amphitheatre // Sacramento, CA
October 25 // Shoreline Amphitheatre // San Francisco, CA
October 29 // Revolution Concert House // Boise, ID
October 31 // Alaska Airlines’ Theater of the Clouds // Portland, OR
November 1 // Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre // Vancouver, BC
November 2 // Climate Pledge Arena // Seattle, WA
November 25 // Samyan Mitrtown Hall // Bangkok
November 27 // The Star Performing Arts Centre // Singapore
December 8 // The Podium // Manila
December 10 // Zepp New Taipei // Taipei
December 12 // Myunghwa Live Hall // Seoul

February 10 // Tokyo Garden Theater // Tokyo
February 11 // Namba Hatch // Osaka
February 12 // Diamond Hall // Nagoya
February 14 // UNITEDLAB // Fukuoka
February 21 // Huxleys Neue Welt // Berlin
February 22 // Fabrik // Hamburg
February 24 // Rockefeller Music Hall // Oslo
February 25 // Berns // Stockholm
February 26 // Vega // Copenhagen
February 28 // Melkweg // Amsterdam

March 3 // Live Music Hall // Cologne
March 4 // Salle Pleyel // Paris
March 6 // O2 Academy Brixton // London
March 7 // Albert Hall // Manchester
March 8 // SWG3 Galvanizers // Glasgow
March 10 // 3Olympia Theatre // Dublin

Keep up with Porter Robinson: Instagram // Spotify // X // YouTube // Facebook // Website

Clare Gehlich
Clare Gehlich
Clare is a recent Stony Brook University graduate, holding a BA in Journalism. She was a journalism intern at Melodic for the spring 2024 semester and currently serves as the album coordinator and is a freelance writer for the magazine.

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