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Cascada Live @ Webster Hall NYC

Submitted by on January 14, 2010 – 5:00 pmNo Comment

Cascada Performed Live @ Webster Hall on Sat December 19, 2009. She started her show around 2:30am and went on until about 3:30am.

Webster Hall charges less than $25 for their club admission. Their address is: 125 E. 11th Street New York City, NY, and they are known to bring in A to B list celebrities and music groups at times to perform in the club.

I am a big fan of Cascada who is coming up with a new album, “Evacuate The Dance Floor,” to be released in the USA later in 2010. At the club she performed all of her top of the chart songs including,
“Evacuate The Dance Floor”
“What Hurts The Most”
“Everytime We Touch”

..and more. She was there for over 45 minutes and sung us a song or two from her new album, “Evacuate the Dance Floor,” as well. You can search for Cascada on youtube.com for more of her music, or just buy her albums! Great CD Quality!

Cascada has a lot of energy on stage. She really likes to please her audience/crowd. She is very interactive, energetic, nice, and full of or exploding with energy. She likes to keep her audience happy. The lighting effects were amazing, and she didn’t stop. She breezed from one song to the next without any hesitation or pause. It was really fun to watch Cascada because of her excellent singing on stage as well as her performance overall.

Let me tell you a little bit about Saturday, December 19, 2009. NYC was amidst a blizzard. There were at least 4 feet of fresh snow on the ground. I don’t think other press have come to cover this party, mainly because of the weather. However, Cascada had a great crowd result even though there were over 4 inches of snow and a blizzard going on outside. “No show” celebrities don’t come in the good weather, not even in summertime. I really must acknowledge and credit Cascada and her group for actually making this event and performing despite the blizzard outside. Thank you very much for not disappointing your fans. It really means a lot to us Cascada!

Cascada is a German eurodance group active since 2004. They are most famous for their hit singles “Everytime We Touch” which won them a World Music Award in 2007 as well as becoming the group’s first number one single, “What Hurts the Most” which stormed the charts in 2008, and “Evacuate the Dancefloor” which recently became a UK number one. So far the group has sold an estimated 13 million copies of their three albums worldwide. Cascada consist of English-German singer Natalie Horler, and Record producers DJ Manian and Yanou.

Her Albums in order of date are:
“Evacuate The Dance Floor” (2009) (Unreleased in USA until…)
“Perfect Day” (2007)
“Everytime We Touch” (2006)


Let me also mention the high above the crowd with no net flying male performers. It was basically a circle on the ceiling which opened up and out of it, popped out 2 men with only underpants on and nothing but 2 or 3 curtains to hang on to. They were both twisting and doing all sorts of acrobatic sets right above everyone. At one point, one of the dancers laid his feet on the table down below, walked on it for a while before a cheering crowd, before being pulled back up. This was the opening show to Cascada’s Performance, and it was definitely not to miss.

A Live Concert by Cascada with Aerial Acrobats by Webster Hall, all for under $25 dollars. This was Great! There’s no place else that you can catch such magnificence for that price.

I definitely put Webster Hall on my A list for Nightclubs.

Sorry For the Low Quality Images:





Cascada – Evacuate the dancefloor

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