While many might expect Kaskade‘s “It’s You, It’s Me Redux” tour (which marks the 10-year anniversary if his debut album It’s You, It’s Me) to be a huge blowout, he’s just announced that he’s scaling it back, going for a more intimate approach:
This upcoming tour I’m doing is called “It’s You, It’s Me Redux”. There are nine cities I’m visiting to commemorate the ten-year anniversary of the release of my album. It’s going to be a small and dirty gig-type atmosphere. This was a concept I came up with, wanting to go back to where I was, where the scene was, ten years ago. There will neither be stadiums nor big crowds. Each club I play is going to hold around 200 – 300 people, max. These are the clubs I played at back in the day.
It’s going to be intimate. It’s going to be deep.
Word is that the dates will be release via social media five days before they go down, so keep it locked to his Twitter and Facebook for more details.
UPDATE Here are the nine cities Kaskade will be hitting: