The most prolific American DJ is undoubtedly Kaskade. Selling out shows across the world in seconds flat, and highly respected by every producer in EDM, Kaskade is the quintessential poster boy of dance music. As a staple of global main stages, it comes as no surprise that he was the first DJ to play the massive Staples Center in Los Angeles during last summer’s “Freaks Of Nature” Tour. Whether in attendance or not, Kaskade fans everywhere now have the opportunity to relive the sold out show with the release of his “Freaks Of Nature” DVD. Beyond his Staples Center performance, the film also follows Kaskade behind the scenes on the rest of his 40-stop tour. To celebrate the DVD’s release, April 25th from 6-8pm, a private screening will be held at the Sony Pictures Studio in New York City. After the private screening, Kaskade will take a step back to his roots for his “Redux” Tour show at the NYC club, Cielo. Marking the 10th anniversary of his first album, “It’s You, It’s Me,” Kaskade will explore his beginnings in house music in front of a small, intimate crowd. Designed to “drown you,” the ultra exclusive “Redux” Tour will pay homage to the sound that made Kaskade famous. Having sold out in 10 seconds, scoring tickets to this event is more difficult than finding the Willy Wonka Golden Ticket. For those lucky enough to have gotten tickets, the evening is projected to be one of the most memorable shows to ever be put on by Kaskade.

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