Tablelist is Bringing KASKADE to Royale Boston 10/21. Presale Now Live!

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Don’t miss the chance to party with the exceptional DJ superstar KASKADE, October 21st 2015 at Royale Boston. This show is put on exclusively by Tablelist, and pre-sale tickets are on sale now!

Hey, KASKADE SUPER FANS: Tablelist is bringing your favorite DJ to Boston, and this is a show you won’t want to miss. Tickets go on sale Wednesday 8/19 at noon. To get your excluisve access code for the presale, click here.

 

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DETAILS:

  • Date: October 21st 2015
  • Venue: Royale Boston  279 Tremont St, BostonMA 02116 Get directions
  • Doors open at 10pm

With every ticket purchased online for Kaskade you will receive one download of the standard version of his upcoming album AUTOMATIC, in stores October 2nd.  On the album’s release date, you will receive instructions via email on how to redeem your album.  For ticket purchases made after the album release, you will receive redemption instructions 10-14 business days after your order is placed.

 


ABOUT THE ARTIST

Ryan Raddon, best known by his stage name as “Kaskade,” is a D.J. and producer who has reached an astounding level of success, while remaining true to his faith and values. The famed 40-year-old, who may make as much as $200,000 per night, was recently voted America’s best D.J. for 2011 by D.J. Times and Pioneer D.J.

While Raddon’s success continues to grow, some would be surprised to learn that he’s deeply religious, doesn’t drink and is the father to three small children. After all, when one considers the influences present in club life — drugs, alcohol and incessant partying — it’s easy to assume that someone with such intense prestige in that arena wouldn’t hold stringent views on God and recreation. But he does.

The D.J., who grew up in Northbrook, Illinois, began delving deeply into the house-music scene during his teen years. According to a profile in the New York Times, in 1989, Raddon enrolled at Brigham Young University in hopes of meeting other Mormons. While he was taking the steps needed to get his education, his began acting upon his sincere love for music.

He was so devoted that he even had a turntable in his dorm room. “Everyone was like, ‘Who is this weird kid from Chicago?,’” he explains. Little did they know, though, that the “weird kid” would soon end up dazzling fans around the globe. (via The Blaze)


TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Terms and Conditions
  • All events are 21+
  • This ticket is subject to a 12% processing fee
  • No alcohol permitted on premises other than that served by the licensed vendors of this event.
  • Unruly conduct, excessive intoxication, or improper identification (only proper Driver’s license or Passport will be accepted) may result in denial of entry or ejection from the venue at the sole discretion of the boat’s security staff and or management, without refund of the ticket purchase price.
  • ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL

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