Kaskade PartyNew Year’s Eve is rapidly approaching, and people are preparing to get together with friends and family to ring out the old and ring in the new. Some may prefer to spend a quite evening at home with just family or close friends, while others may be looking for the perfect New Year’s Eve party to attend.

Those in the San Francisco Bay area who are looking to party the night away and rock in the New Year need to look no further. For the second year in a row, Chicago native Ryan Raddon (professionally known as Kaskade), an American DJ and producer, will be returning to the city by the Bay for his second annual New Year’s Eve celebration. The party will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and those wishing to attend must be 18 or older. VIP perks are also being offered for patrons who are 21 and over. General admission tickets cost $99.50 plus fees.

About returning to San Francisco, Kaskade commented, “New Year’s Eve is always one of the most difficult times of the year for me to commit to. With the offers that come in I’m torn by which venue is best, what audience I want to share the night with and how to make the most epic goodbye to the year we’re leaving and hello to the one that’s cresting. Instead of leaving it to someone else to build this for me, I’ve decided I’m going to handle it from here on. Last year at Bill Graham in SF was so special I knew that I needed to do it again. But now that I’ve got one under my belt, it [must] be even better this year. It’s not even Halloween yet – and all I can think about is this party I’m going to throw with my West Coast Massive friends.”

Kaskade will be joined by Late Night Alumni, LoKii and Mr. Tape. He promises that this year’s party is going to be bigger and better than the last year’s. He said, “This is face-melting, mind-bending, life-changing, dream-making stuff. Not to overstate it.”


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