Kaskade | Freaks Of Nature

Kaskade has added more dates to his “Freaks of Nature” summer 2012 Tour in Los Angeles and San Francisco, in addition to the recently announced Lollapalooza performance. This 50-plus city tour is already a career-milestone for Kaskade as his biggest North American tour to-date but becomes even more significant as he will be the first solo electronic dance musician to ever headline Los Angeles' Staples Center on July 27, 2012. The following evening, he will headline the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Both dates began pre-sales yesterday and the general on-sale begins on Friday, April 27th at 10AM PST. 


"The last two weekends at Coachella have been insanely electric and the new stage set up is everything I’ve been hoping it would be,” said Kaskade. “I’ve tried to take Los Angeles by storm a few times in the last year and the Staples show is finally the chance to really get all the fans in one place – it’s going to be massive and I’m honoured to be the first DJ to be taking it over! I’m thrilled I get to really hit the west coast with San Francisco on the bill now, too!”



Kaskade just debuted a brand new stage set up at as the Saturday headliner for the Sahara tent that will be the same stage design that he is taking throughout the North American tour. The music video from Kaskade's single ‘Lick It’ with Skrillex from his album ‘Fire And Ice’, from Ultra Records, premiered last week on MTV and is available now with three new remixes from Datsik, Alex Kenji and Norman Doray. For latest tour dates and ticket info, click: www.freaksofnaturetour.com






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