Shiba San announces residencies in 14 different American cities

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Dirtybird’s golden goose, Shiba San, is coming to a city near just about everyone this year.

The Parisian powerhouse proved to be in high demand in 2017, selling out shows across continents. In an effort to strike a sort of equilibrium between the supply and demand for his shows, Shiba San has announced a 2018 residency run unprecedented in its size. San’s 2018 residencies will see the club fixture touch down in 14 major North American cities ranging from Los Angeles to Toronto, with a minimum of three shows already confirmed in each respective city.

The residency dates are in addition San’s equally extensive festival bookings, the Chicago house influencer scheduled to perform at an array of 2018 festivals, including CRSSD Festival, Shaky Beats, Bonnaroo, and more.

Shiba San’s 2018 Residencies:

Denver – The Church / January 19th / July / November

New York – Output / February 2nd / June / December

Vancouver – Celebrities Nightclub / February 9th / September

Los Angeles – Exchange LA / February 10th / August / November

San Francisco – 1015 Folsom / February 15th / May / November

Washington DC – Soundcheck / February 16th / June / October

Toronto – Noir / February 24th / October

Tempe – Shady Park / March 2nd / July / November

San Diego – Bang Bang  / March 3rd / October

Miami – Basement Leak Showcase / March 25th / July / November

Boston – Bijou Nightclub / March 30th / November

Seattle – Q Nightclub / Apr 6th / September / December

Chicago – The Mid / April 20th / August / December

Detroit – Magic Stick / April 21st / August / December

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Kaskade Strongly Believes That Dance Music Isn’t Over

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There’s been this feeling for the past few years that an imaginary naysayer has been plotting for the demise of EDM for quite some time. This person says things like “EDM is dead” and won’t listen to reason. Perhaps with the goal of uniting the community with a common enemy, this naysayer has become enemy #1 to the community and to DJs all over the world (not to mention booking agents whose livelihood depends on the genre’s popularity). For Kaskade, there’s no doubt that the industry is looking stronger than ever.

In May, Kaskade became the first DJ to perform at the Los Angeles Convention Center – and he sold it out. “I’m like, ‘25,000 tickets later, I think we’re OK,’” he said while brushing imaginary dust from his shoulder.

Kaskade will be joining the roster of artists on the Hakkasan Group in December, starting with a performance at Omnia Nightclub on December 30. He will also perform at the company’s other Vegas venues, including Jewel, Wet Republic and Hakkasan Nightclub. More than anything, he’s impressed with the level of production that has continued to skyrocket ever since the creation of the disco ball.

“It’s just really unbelievable how far the experience has gone from just like a disco ball and like a laser to this massive, all-encompassing experience at these world-class venues.”

Not even just nightclubs, Kaskade notably garnered one of, if not the largest crowd in Coachella history back in 2015 when he performed on the main stage. EDM is dead? Pfft, get over yourself.




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