Manila Killa and Robotaki’s Tour is Headed to Austin

Dance, EDM, Electronic, Music
Avatar Jenna Khakoo

After the success of their single, “I Want You,” Manila Killa and Robotaki are hitting the road and co-headlining a tour. The chemistry between Manila Killa and Robotaki is sure to draw crowds at their shows around the United States. They stop by Austin on Thursday, September 21 at Kingdom. 


Earlier this summer, the duo sold out two shows in Los Angeles, and they are now about halfway through the tour. While both artists are relatively young, these two up and coming superstars are projected to take over the electronic music scene.

Last year, Robotaki was the official opener for Porter Robinson and Madeon’s “Shelter” tour. While on that tour, he was able to debut new music at the iconic Madison Square Garden. Robotaki produces funky, danceable music that ensures a good time.  His tracks Monkey Bars and Ghost Boy have been darling tracks on some of Spotify’s largest electronic playlists.

Manila Killa entered the musical world at an early age by playing the cello. When he was living in Manila, he discovered electronic and house music and subsequently fell in love. Throughout his undergraduate degree, Manila Killa balanced school and music, but now he’s able to focus fully on his craft. The result is upbeat, versatile music that listeners can dance to and study to.

The “I Want You” tour is not one to miss. Catch Manila Killa and Robotaki in Austin, or at one of their other stops along the way.