Kaskade to make history by headlining Los Angeles Convention Center
It seems every time you hear his name, Kaskade is yet again making history. From his headlining effort at the Staples Center in 2012 to his now legendary Coachella set, the producer continually reminds us of how inspiring electronic music can be.
Today, February 22, the internationally celebrated DJ announced that he will play an enormous solo show at the Los Angeles Convention Center on May 7. The Insomniac and Exchange LA-backed event will mark the first electronic music happening in the center’s history and another highlight to the producer’s already storied career.
“It’s been a minute since I last played a proper Los Angeles show so we decided to go all out and make this an absolutely unforgettable night,” said Kaskade. “I’ve heard my SoCal fans loud and clear and can’t wait to deliver my biggest set yet.”
This will be the largest Kaskade show ever.#KaskadeLA
— Kaskade (@kaskade) February 22, 2016
For days now, Kaskade has been teasing fans with enticing details about a mysterious event to be held somewhere in Los Angeles this summer. On Sunday, February 21, the prog house vet and his team set off a city wide scavenger hunt, leaving cardboard Kaskade cutouts throughout the city.
Fans who were lucky enough to tweet the first pictures with the cutouts were promised tickets to the big event. The clues seemed to follow a trail of legendary nightlife venues with signs left at the Palladium, Sound, and Shrine. Ticketing information for the 18+ event is now available at Kaskade’s website with pre-sale set for Wednesday, February 24. If last fall’s staggering block party in downtown Provo or his coast to coast Redux sets are any indication, the event is sure to be incredible.