Ferry Corsten Announces Innovative ‘What The F’ Summer 2022 Tour

Electronic music legend Ferry Corsten is set to embark on the ‘What The F’ Tour featuring open-to-close sets and brand new edits of his tracks.


Ferry Corsten has been a mainstay in the dance music scene since the 1990s. He’s about to go on one of his most special tours yet: the ‘What The F’ Tour in summer 2022.

The ‘What the F’ tour will feature never before heard edits of tracks from throughout his career. Each track will be reimagined in a new and futuristic format in a wide range of genres.

Tickets to Ferry Corsten’s ‘What The F’ Tour are available to purchase now.


‘What The F’ will feature remixes from Ferry Corsten’s many aliases including Gouryella and System F.

The open-to-close sets will journey through Ferry’s entire discography with both recognizable tracks and exclusive live edits. Fans should expect the unexpected, as this diverse DJ/producer promises plenty of unpredictable moments throughout the show.

The ‘What The F’ Tour started on May 6 at Ministry of Sound in London. The next tour stops are Dallas and Houston on June 3 and June 4, followed by a newly announced appearance in Rio de Janeiro. Other stops include Summit in Denver, Exchange in Los Angeles, and Quantum in Brooklyn.

Ferry Corsten also just released his What The F NFT collection on RCRDSHP, which includes a free collectible with perks like guestlist and meet & greets.

Ferry’s tour runs through June before ending on August 20 at Prysm Nightclub in Chicago. With a set full of exclusive tracks and new IDs, the ‘What The F’ Tour is one of the most anticipated EDM tours in summer 2022.

“For the first time in my career, I am merging my entire work to create something unique that infuses the past with a future approach. I will be taking everything that has been done before and adapting new arrangements. I will be rediscovering old records and sounds I’ve created that I’ve never played out before and repurposing them for this unique show.”

-Ferry Corsten

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