Kaskade

Kaskade

Kaskade. EDC Week. Justin Bieber. Amazing.

What do those three things have in common? Well they explain exactly what went down a few days ago on Saturday June 22nd at XS Nightclub. On the 2nd night of EDC, which attracted more than 140,000 people to the Las Vegas Speedway, the place to be was not at EDC but rather where more than 10,000 other people packed XS and partied to the melodic hits of the one and only Kaskade. Earlier on in the night, the crowd was warmed up very nicely by the dynamic duo, Galantis.

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It was definitely a night to remember capped off by a very, very surprise performance by the pop idol that everyone loves to hate, Justin Bieber. As soon as Kaskade dropped the Jack U / Bieber hit, Where Are U Now, Justin jumped up on the DJ decks and did his thing to the surprise and excitement of the crowd who immediately pulled out their phones to Snapchat their social network of what was going down. Bieber would be on the top of my list as one of the last people I’d expected to see performing beside Kaskade.

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Beside the surprise guest, Kaskade blew the roof off with an amazing set including his hits, A little More feat Sansa, Something Something from Moguai as well as Zip and Kaskade’s newest hit single that is destroying dance floors, Never Sleep Alone.

For a complete list of upcoming XS event dates, please go HERE.

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