After launching its inaugural music tour last fall with headliners Say Anything and Hellogoodbye, MySpace has snagged French electronic duo Justice to anchor its second branded trek, set to begin March 3 at Stubbs in Austin, Texas.
Diplo, DJ Mehdi, Chromeo, Busy P and Fancy will appear on select dates of the jaunt, which wraps March 31 at the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles. Tickets for the Live Nation-produced tour go on sale tomorrow (Jan. 9), available through the MySpace Music Tour profile and other outlets. The tour page will also features a Justice tour diary, music videos, backstage photos and other offerings.
The Paris-based duo, Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspart Auge, received a number of Grammy nods this year, including best electronic/dance album and best dance recording for single “D.A.N.C.E.” Justice’s full-length album, “†” (aka “Cross”), debuted at No. 1 on the Top Electronic Albums chart in July, and has sold 39,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Along with Say Anything and Hellogoodbye, MySpace’s first-ever tour in October featured Young Love, along with MySpace Records artists Polysics, Dr. Manhattan and Socratic. The social networking site plans to hold branded concert events every fall and spring.