Neon Dreams announce March tour dates off the back of hit collab with Matthew Mole

Neon Dreams are heading back on the road and this week announced new tour dates across South Africa.

The news comes during the exciting start to their year–the new Neon Dreams single “The Art of Letting Go” with Matthew Mole is featured on streaming and radio charts in South Africa and has started rotation in new territories including the UK, New Zealand as well as their home country, Canada, and all the signs pointing to the single being their biggest release yet.

Having immersed themselves in the vibrant music scene of South Africa over the past three years, Neon Dreams (Frank Kadillac and Adrian Morris) have solidified their connection with audiences in the country. This journey has not only seen them resonate with fans but has also allowed them to forge meaningful connections within the South African music scene. 

“We’ve been traveling to South Africa for three years, and when I land there I feel like I’m home,” says Neon Dreams vocalist Frank Kadillac. “With The Art of Letting Go, I’d just returned from India and I was feeling unbelievably inspired. With this song I wanted to create a track that’s an anthem for kids who are going through something they may not have a word for, something that’s hard to describe… and I wanted to help teach them to let go of something that’s hurting them. Writing with Matthew Mole is electric. Energy flows through us like water flows through a river. Music is a powerful tool that can help people acknowledge negative energy and release it. That’s the art of letting go.”

“The Art of Letting Go” promises to be one of the standout releases of 2024 for Neon Dreams and there’s no better way for them to celebrate this than by heading on tour across the country. 

See tour dates below: 

  • 21 March Barnyard Pretoria
  • 22 March Baileys Bedfordview
  • 23 March Barnyard Vereeniging
  • 24 March Barnyard Silverstar
  • 27 March Barnyard Durban
  • 31 March Kirstenbosch Cape Town

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