The Cataracs

Wednesday, April 16th

8pm | The Great Hall / MSC

Tickets are on sale now!

Blue Devil Productions is proud to present The Cataracs with opener Antics on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 in the Great Hall at 8pm. Doors open at 7pm. The Great Hall is located on the upper level of the Memorial Student Center at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

For almost a decade, production powerhouse and platinum-selling eclectic pop unit The Cataracs have been creating intelligent dance music that makes people move. "That's what I've wanted to do since the beginning." Says frontman Niles "Cyranizzy" Hollowell-Dhar. The Cataracs are currently based in Los Angeles, where they have collaborated with musicians such as Far East Movement, Dev, Snoop Dogg, Selena Gomez, LMFAO, Kaskade. Gucci Mane, Enrique Iglesias, T-pain, and Robin Thicke. The Cataracs show is going to be a party, with tons of lights, extra subwoofers, glow sticks, beach balls, black lights, and much, much more.

Antics is the collaboration of producers Steven Pitzl and Tanner Dixon hailing from Milwaukee, WI. Specializing in EDM, the pair showcases a broad spectrum of production talent blasting through the electronic music universe at full speed. The pair released their debut Crush EP through Dubstep.Net to great fanfare with their sophomore Elevate EP set for a summer 2013 release. Antics has opened for artists locally and nationally such as Baauer, Carnage, Revolvr, Krewella, Adventure Club and more.

This event is sponsored by Blue Devil Productions of the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Tickets purchased in advance to this event are $10 for UW-Stout students (present UW Stout I.D at door) and $15 for the public. Ticket prices will be $15 for UW-Stout students and $20 for the public the day of show. Tickets are available at Please call (715)-232-2432 or go to for more information.

Accessibility: For event guests with special needs, requiring alternative accommodations, please contact Emily Ascher at to make arrangements. Caution: There will be moving lights which could trigger seizures for people with epilepsy, if there are any questions or concerns please contact Emily Ascher.

Directions and parking: Click here for directions to the Memorial Student Center Parking in campus lots and at metered spots are free after 4:30pm.