Earlier today, Kaskade went on a small rant about the “not allowed” list for his upcoming event in Miami on September 14th at the American Airlines Arena. While excited to kick off his Atmosphere tour, our favorite American DJ is frustrated at the venue’s decision to prohibit arguably harmless items central to the rave culture, such as dolls, glow sticks, camelbacks and kandi (after talking with the venue, Kaskade shared with his followers that attendees will be allowed to wear kandi, just not edible candy). What are your thoughts on the matter? Which items do you find should and should not be prohibited out of those included in the following list and why?

American Airlines Arena’s prohibited items list:

For the benefit and safety of our guests, the following items are not permitted inside the Arena: Stuffed animals or dolls, camelbacks or bota bags, open packs of cigarettes, large chains or spiked jewelry, illegal substances, drugs or drug paraphernalia, masks of any kind, eyedrops, balloons, inflatable balls, video cameras, backpacks, waist packs, glow sticks, hoola hoops, laser pointers, inhalant containers, bandanas, outside food or drinks.

Here is Kaskade small rant:

[H/T]: WRR