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Looks like Wooli‘s scintillating 2022 campaign will continue straight into 2023, as he reveals his latest headline tour – ‘Impact’.

Impact is a mini-slate of Wooli-led tour stops with some seriously talented support in a few of the most dubstep-friendly locations in North America. Brace for a brand new Wooli-curated stage, city-specific tour merch, unreleased IDs, that signature Wooli kick snare, Capri Sun, and a whole lot of bass.

The tour is set to take place in early 2023. Specific show details as follows:

Photo from @woolimusic on Twitter

Montreal, QC, Canada

February 4, 2023

M Telus

Level UpEmorfik, Izzy Vadim

Wooli has been very outspoken of his love for Montreal, and if you’ve seen videos from his last few stops there, it’s no secret why. Things are going to get wild, as the Montreal bass scene does not disappoint. Get ready to yell the drops.


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San Francisco, California

February 10, 2023

The Midway

Ray VolpeFairlaneSenza

Wooli makes a quick return to California, with his sold-out ‘Cataclysm’ two-day event in Orange County set to take place this upcoming weekend at The Observatory. His Impact tour stop will take place in the Bay Area at the well-known venue The Midway. Rock your diffraction glasses, as with Ray Volpe in support, safe bet they bring out the lasers.


Photo from @ConcordHall on Twitter

Chicago, Illinois

February 18, 2023

Concord Hall


Wooli is hitting the Windy City in his return to Concord Hall two years after his ‘Destination’ tour stop. This Impact show is set to take place only a few days after Valentine’s Day, as nothing offsets a broken heart like a broken neck. 

*He also teased a Stumpi appearance for you tech house heads*


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Denver, Colorado

March 11, 2023

Mission Ballroom

*Special Guest TBA*,Oddprophet b2b MuerteEmorfikShank Aaron

Wooli makes a speedy return to Colorado as well, with this announcement coming only one month after his two-day ‘Mammoth Mountain’ headline event at the stunning Mishawaka Amphitheatre. This time around will be a little different with it being just one stop at the iconic Mission Ballroom, but his brother, Shank Aaron, will again join to kick off the night. People call Denver the bass capital for a reason. It’s going to get loud.

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If you have the opportunity, this is a tour you’re not going to want to miss.

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