The club has announced six dates from August 20 to September 10 kicking off in Fábrica de Brinquedos in São Paulo, then off to Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and Cali, Colombia.
Bassiani’s Kancheli and NDRX have also revealed that they will be performing on the tour alongside the likes of techno DJ, Wata Igarashi playing the Bogotá leg at Menos Uno as well as Kontronatura at their opening show and Kamila Govorčin in Santiago.
Regarded as one of the world's best techno clubs in the world, Bassiani attracts tourists from all over the globe and has a photography prohibited rule.
However, in 2018 the club was raided by authorities with the two owners were arrested, resulting in demonstrations.
Police stormed the clubs Bassiani and Café Gallery and Café Gallery in reaction to a string of drug-related deaths that have occurred over two weeks.
Despite occurring outside of the club, authorities claimed there was a link between the tragic deaths and the dance music venues.
The club was threatened with closure yet with the support of a crowdfunding campaign and after weeks of protests, the club re-opened its doors.
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Check out all the dates and locations of Bassiani’s South American tour below.
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