Just weeks before his upcoming album release and promotional tour, Kaskade has revealed a new headlining date at a block party-style event in one of his favorite cities.
Next month, on September 4, Kaskade is returning to Provo, Utah – home to Brigham Young University, which he briefly attended, and to some of his collaborators such as Adam Klopp and Wild Children – for Rooftop Concert Series’ final event of the year. “Me. Big speakers… you get the idea,” he previewed.
Opening for the progressive house maverick are some more local acts with whom he’s worked: Two Nations, who appear on the new album, and The Brocks, who collaborated on pop-infused track “Summer Nights” back in 2014. The best part? The party’s free.
In the meantime, fans patiently await the arrival Automatic, which drops September 25 via Warner Bros. Already, he’s shared tracks off the album such as “We Don’t Stop,” “Disarm You,” “Never Sleep Alone” and “A Little More.”
Considering Kaskade’s record-breaking Coachella crowd this past year, and the cancellation of his ‘Redux’ set during the festival with organizers stating “it just wouldn’t be safe,” hopefully Provo can avoid the fiasco of what happened the last time he held a block party.