Kaskade was one of Identity Festival’s headlining acts and a huge crowd favorite. For lack of better words, he killed it. As expected, Kaskade‘s performance was coupled with an amazing light show as spun atop an LED tower that blew the minds and electrified the hearts of festival goers. Confetti cannons fired into the crowd, smoke blowers blasted the orchestra pit and the masterfully designed light show all gave the crowd a visual experience that will definitely be a summer highlight for all.
Music is in the experience as much as the visual effects of electronic dance music and this was an experience to remember. Grab Kaskade’s Essential Mix he played on BBC Radio1 on September 10th. It’s a two hour set that will give you a ton of insight into the mind of one of the best electronic dance music producers in the scene and it’s sure to get you moving.
Here are some photo highlights from one of the Noise Train’s regular contributors, Patrick Flynn!
Summer concert season is just heating up and it’s time the Whomping Wednesday series shed some light on the NoiseTrain’s next stop on our summer festival run: Skullcandy’s Identity Festival. With it’s national tour stretching from New Jersey to Seattle, the Identity Crew has organized a line up that’s going to keep North America’s hands in the air all summer long. While their line up my vary from city to city with DJ’s like Kaskade, Pretty Lights, Afrojack, Nero, Skrillex, Booka Shade, Avicii, Rusko, Steve Aoki and Pete Tong dropping in and out of the tour, every show is sure to impress.
If you can’t make it to an Identity show, it’s a bummer but not to worry, their website and a ton of the artists performing are posting photos, videos, blog posts, tweets (@IDENTITYfest) and updates on their incredible app so you can still catch a glimpse of all the fest has to offer from coast to coast.
The NoiseTrain crew is kicking off Labor Day weekend with a massive WHOMP! and rolling down the tracks (literally… we’ll probably take the train down and party the whole way) to the San Diego show at the Cricket Wireless Ampitheater. Hope to see some of you in San Diego and be on the lookout if you want to get stamped with the NoiseTrain logo!