Kaskade headlines Homes for Wounded Warriors charity concert

DJ Kaskade to perform at the W Scottsdale benefit concert, Weekend Jetaway. (submitted photo)

DJ Kaskade to perform at the W Scottsdale benefit concert, Weekend Jetaway. (submitted photo)

W Scottsdale has announced it will host the Fifth Annual Weekend Jetaway charity event featuring a concert by Kaskade on Saturday, Nov. 5 on the hotel’s rooftop WET Pool Deck.

The exclusive experience will also include culinary tastings, games and more, with all proceeds benefiting Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors, a charitable organization supporting injured United States military veterans.

The Weekend Jetaway will begin at 6:30 p.m. with tastings from the hotel’s Sushi Roku restaurant, creative cocktails and a casino-style dice game with a multitude of luxury prizes for several lucky winners, including the Grand Prize: an all-inclusive first-class trip on a private jet for four to Las Vegas, according to a press release.

At 9:30 p.m., experience the transformation of W Scottsdale from lounge to open-air dance club under the stars as 101.5 KOCI Radio brings world famous DJ Kaskade to the main stage. General Admission tickets for the Kaskade concert after 9:30 p.m. start at $30 per person.

Tickets for the 5th Annual Weekend Jetaway start at $150 per person and are inclusive of all food, full bar, casino games and Kaskade concert admission. To purchase tickets and RSVP, visit WeekendJetaway.org or WScottsdaleTickets.com

W Scottsdale is also offering 15 percent off overnight room rates for event attendees. To book, visit WScottsdaleHotel.com/JETAWAY.

Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors is a charitable organization providing financial assistance and support to injured United States military veterans by building and remodeling handicap accessible homes to suit their individual needs – one wounded warrior at a time.

For more information, visit www.homesforwoundedwarriors.com.

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