Paris Hilton's Next DJ Tour Will Hit Clubs in Ibiza, St. Tropez, and Atlantic City, N.J.

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Paris Hilton performs live at the India Resort Fashion Week at Candolim beach.

The hotel heiress continues her push into EDM with two club residencies and a two month tour.

Paris Hilton is continuing her push as an international DJ, and kicked off a summer and fall tour on Wednesday with a show at Ibiza's club Amnesia, where she has a residency. Her tour currently includes 13 shows and will take her to France, Portugal, South Korea, Colombia and Atlantic City, New Jersey. 

This is Hilton's second summer with club Amnesia, where she throws a weekly "Foam and Diamonds" party. A release announcing the tour said the party draws more than 10,000 attendees each week. 

Last month, Hilton released a new single called “Come Alive” that was produced by Mr. Beatz. Its colorful, fantastical video has more than 2 million views on Vevo. She's signed to Cash Money Records, an imprint of Universal Music Group imprint that was founded by Bryan "Birdman" Williams and Ronald Williams. Hilton has yet to see the same chart success as labelmates Lil Wayne and Drake, but her real estate projects – she roughly 50 Paris Hilton-themed boutiques as well as the Paris Hilton Beach Club in Manila, Philippines – are also a focus. The beach club opened in March, and a second is reportedly in the works for next year.

Find a list of Hilton's summer and fall tour dates below. 

8/6: Amnesia in Ibiza

8/8: L'Atlantida in Barcelona

8/10: Eden Plage & VIP Room in St. Tropez, France

8/11: Seven Club in Vilamoura, Portugal

8/12: Pacha Ofir in Esposende, Portugal

8/13: Amnesia in Ibiza

8/15-16: Super X Summer Festival in Seoul, S. Korea

8/18: Olivia Valere in Marbella, Spain

8/20: Amnesia in Ibiza

8/22: L'Atlantida in Barcelona

8/27: Amnesia in Ibiza

9/19: Castillo Marroquin in Bogota, Colombia

10/11: Harrah’s Pool After Dark in Atlantic City, NJ



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