There are names in electronic music that resonate with everyone from Daniel O’Donnell fans to the most die hard of Kendrick Lamar followers, and Deadmau5 is most definitely one of them.

Whether that is for the iconic mask, the confusion between ‘dead mouse’ and ‘dead mau five’ or his arsenal of defining music, the producer is one of the biggest names in music as a whole and now he is coming to Dublin and Belfast for ground breaking club shows on both sides of the border.

District 8 will play host to the legendary name on the 14th of November for a show in association with the producer’s iconic Mau5trap label and the Telegraph Building will be his host the night before for a show with the institution that is Shine.

The pair of announcements mark a re-awakening of sorts for the artist, who recently also announced a show in London’s Printworks venue, seeing him return to more club settings rather than the stadium-style venues and festivals we’re used to seeing him in in recent years.

Tickets for both events are most likely to sell out shortly after they go on sale, so you can keep your eyes peeled on the Dublin event here and the Belfast event here.

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