The Wild Nights Tour is coming to Adelaide for a night of Featuring five of the world’s biggest dance superstars live on stage. Joining together for a night of a nostalgic journey are Cascada, DJ Sash, DJ Aligator, N-Trance and Love Inc playing all their biggest dance anthems. Coming to The HQ Complex on Thursday June 21 tickets are on sale now through Ticketek. Hi-Fi Way: The Pop Chronicles asks a few questions to Cascada being her first time in Australia and what we can expect on the tour.

This is your first time in Australia. What Australian experiences are you looking forward to the most? Is there anything on your list to see or do?
I am really excited to finally see Australia- not only being able to visit, but also performing there. I actually don’t know much about Australia, but I will start reading up about the relevant sights, so I know what to head for 🙂

Are you excited to be playing the Wild Nights Tour with the other artists?
Very much so. It’s always fun sharing the stage with other artists of a similar genre of music.

What can we expect from your live shows in Australia?
I’ll definitely be playing all of our most famous songs and getting the crowd sweating as much as possible 🙂

Which Cascada song do you enjoy performing the most and why?
I can’t put it down to one song I’m afraid, but Everytime We Touch is always fun 🙂

Fans seem to be fiercely loyal to Cascada. Does that inspire you to continue to tour and make new music?
Absolutely! Fans are one of the most important reasons to keep going.

In 2013 you represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest. How was that experience?
It was a fantastic experience. It wasn’t great going through so much press and media attention, and certainly not achieving such a low score in the contest, but all in all it was fun and an experience I don’t regret.

Can we expect new Cascada music in the near future?
Yes, we will be releasing some new material, hopefully this year.

Do you still see the Eurodance sounds as relevant today as they were when you first started as a band?
It seems to be making a comeback at the moment and due to all the new artists doing dance music, it’s somehow more acceptable than when we first started. Dance music on a radio station was a rarity back then!

You have been together as a band for almost 15 years. How has the Cascada sound evolved throughout the years?
It’s gone back and forth to be honest. One tries to go with the flow of the musical development of the times, but in the end we always seems to realize we need to keep to what we’re good at and what made us famous.

Interview by Anastasia Lambis

Catch The Wild Nights Tour on the following dates…

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