Hollywood Palladium | Los Angeles, California
ZHU, the GRAMMY nominated superstar of electronic music, has been smashing boundaries and creating some of the most thrilling music around. He has become well known for capturing the hearts and minds of music lovers everywhere by making them not only hear the music but feel it too. Now with a brand new "GRACE TOUR" that was recently announced after the release of Fatal (Mortal Kombat 1), the collab the video game franchise. The two together has sent fans into a frenzy of excitement. This part of the trek will be stopping over at the legendary Hollywood Palladium for not one but two incredible nights of high-octane electronic music, on November 9 and 10. All the real fans are going to be there, and so should YOU!!! …sooo without further ado, click the "GET TICKETS" button now and secure your spot for what will be the best entertainment you have the whole year.
Steven Zhu, mononymously known as ZHU, is breaking barriers and defining his own style of music with every release. Trying to put his music into a category is a challenge in itself, as his ability to blend multiple styles is one of the most unique parts of his artistry. Brought up in the Bay Area of San Francisco but of Chinese origin, he entered the scene in 2014 with the Outkast mashup, "Moves Like Ms. Jackson," which was released anonymously because ZHU wanted to make the music speak for itself and not let his cultural identity define it.
The captivating song spread and was well received by fans and reviewers around the world. He followed it with several tracks on the music sharing platform SoundCloud and an EP called "The Nightday," which earned him a number one play of the week on Triple J.
"The Nightday's" first song, Faded," caught the attention of Pete Tong, who gave it the coveted spot of an "Essential New Tune" on his radio show on BBC 1. It climbed the charts in several countries and gave the artist his first GRAMMY nomination for Best Dance Recording. Tong also invited ZHU to the studio to play an outstanding 40 minute set, and at the same time, ZHU had announced his clothing line, The "Nightday" Collection.
In 2015, the man of mystery released his second EP, "The Genesis Series," which featured collaborations with A-Trak, Skrillex, Aluna George, and Bone Thugz in Harmony. The extended play received critical acclaim and shot up the charts in Australia, the United States, and the UK.
ZHU's name grew, and in 2016, he released his debut album, "Generationwhy" with the track "In the Morning" being the first single from the album. The momentum carried on into 2017, where he became a featured artist at the Ultra Music Festival. 2018 saw the release of Ringos Desert, his second studio effort, followed by Dreamland in 2021.
Now he is on the road for his tour, which promises to be an incredible adventure into electronic dance music, and you've gotta get yourself to the show when it passes through, so get your tickets right here before they run out.