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Kaskade to perform in Williamsburg, Brooklyn as part of his 12-city Redux tour

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House music fans rejoice!

Kaskade will bring a whole new “atmosphere” when he revisits Brooklyn as part of his 12-city Redux tour, beginning April 29 at the Output in Williamsburg, ending May 16 in Milwaukee.

Last October, he illuminated Brooklyn’s Barclays Center with an illustrious two – hour set, complete with flashing lights, laser beams, and the subtle voices of the artists featured in his tracks. Click here to listen to “No One Knows Who We Are,” a collaboration with Swanky Tunes featuring Lights.

Kaskade will also be releasing new music off his Redux EP next week, exclusively on vinyl. In this EP, the deejay will go back to his original deep house roots while maintaining the same pop influences that were prominent throughout Atmosphere, his last studio album.

We can also expect to hear old school underground vibes combined with progressive house beats, which Kaskade is known for.

Tickets will be sold at the door for $20 - $30 and is a 21 and over event.

Below are the dates for Kaskade's Redux tour:

4/29- New York
4/30- Boston
5/1- Toronto
5/2- Montreal
5/7- San Francisco
5/8- Vancouver
5/9- Denver
5/10- El Paso
5/13- Tampa
5/14- Philadelphia
5/15- Detroit
5/16- Milwaukee


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