Felix Da Housecat to Kick off His New Zealand/Australia 2023 Tour in Auckland

Two-time Grammy Award nominee Felix Da Housecat will be returning to Auckland for the first time since 2007! Get ready for a night you won’t forget at Neck Of The Woods on November 3, with the greatest mixes of the most trendy and bobbing electronic music. Get your tickets for Felix da Housecat’s show in Auckland from The Ticket Fairy.

American DJ/producer Felix Da Housecat finds his way back to Auckland, New Zealand, for the very first time after a decade and a half. His stop in the city on November 3 comes as part of his forthcoming NZ/AU Tour, which will take the artist to Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Gold Coast in the first couple weeks of November 2023.

Born in Detroit, Felix Da Housecat made a name for himself in the Chicago music scene by being identified around the world for his mixes and talent in the electronic music scene. Having collaborated with icons and well-known artists such as Diddy, James Murphy, Miss Kittin, and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, the juggernaut artist has also had productions under the monikers Aphrohead, Thee Madkatt Courtship, Thee Maddkatt Courtship III, and Rocketmann.

He remixed several songs by popular artists such as Marilyn Manson, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, and many more. Most notably, his album in the early 2000s, ‘Kittenz and Thee Glitz,’ made the world of music crave more of him, as his collaborations with Miss Kittin on tracks like ‘Silver Screen’ and ‘Madame Hollywood’ revived the love for synth music with catchy and unforgettable beats and melodies.

With his return to Auckland, Felix has promised attendees a night they won’t forget! So get ready to dance, feel, and plunge yourself into an electronic night carried by Felix Da Housecat.

Get your tickets to NOTW presents: Felix da Housecat in Auckland from The Ticket Fairy.

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