Neon Indian—the synth-heavy downtempo pop project of 20-year old Alan Palomo—will embark on an extensive tour this spring. On December 31 Neon Indian will perform at the Lights All Night Festival in Dallas, TX, where he will be joined by a range of artists that includes Girl Talk, Ghostland Observatory, Zeds Dead, and Porter Robinson. The following night, he will travel to Oklahoma City, OK for a performance with psych-rock giants The Flaming Lips as well as Yoko Ono and The Plastic Ono Band. In addition to stops on all sides of the country, Palomo will also travel to Japan and Australia in February and March. As a gift to his fans, Neon Indian will sell discounted advance tickets directly through his website, and will also include a T-shirt that will only be available with pre-sale tickets. The package will also include a tour laminate that will allow fans to get a 10% discount at any merch booth on his current tour. The full list of dates is below, and pre-sale information can be found here.

Neon Indian’s upcoming shows

December 31 Dallas, TX—Lights All Night
January 1 Oklahoma City, OK—Coca Cola Bricktown Events Center
February 21 Tokyo, Japan—UNIT
Februrary 24 Melbourne, Australia—Prince Ballroom
February 25 Adelaide, Australia—Rocket Bar
February 26 Perth, Australia—Perth International Arts Festival
February 29 Gold Coast, Australia—Neverland Bar
March 1 Brisbane, Australia—Woodland
March 2 Sydney, Australia—The Standard

March 3 NSW, Australia—Playground Weekender Festival at Del Rio Riverside Resort
March 7 New York, NY—MOMA
March 8 Richmond, VA—The National
March 9 Knoxville, TN—The Square Room
March 10 Nashville, TN—Mercy Lounge
March 11 Little Rock, AR—Revolution Music Room
March 13 Dallas, TX—Granada Theater
March 17 Houston, TX—House of Blues Houston
March 19 Atlanta, GA—Masquerade
March 20 Athens, GA—40 Watt
March 21 Carborro, NC—Cat’s Cradle
March 22 Baltimore, MD—Ottobar
April 3 Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer 

April 4 Cleveland, OH—Grog Shop
April 5 Bloomington, IN—The Bishop
April 6 Chicago, IL—The Metro
April 7 Kansas City, MO—Beaumont Club
April 9 Denver, CO—Bluebird 

April 10 Salt Lake City, UT—Urban Lounge
April 12 Phoenix, AZ—Crescent Ballroom
April 24, San Francisco, CA—Fillmore
April 26 Portland, OR—Doug Fir

April 27 Seattle, WA—Neumos
April 28 Vancouver, BC—Venue
April 30 Edmonton, AB—Starlite Room
May 1 Calgary, AB—Republik 

May 3 Winnipeg, MB—Pyramid Cabaret
May 4 Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
May 5 Madison, WI—Majestic Theatre
May 6 Detroit, MI—Magic Stick 

May 8 Toronto, ON—Phoenix Concert Theatre 

May 10 Montreal, QC—Cabaret Mile End 

May 11 Boston, MA—Paradise
May 12 New York, NY—Terminal 5