After touring America last year playing to stadiums of fuzzed up bass heads, the big drop dubstep ground shaker Bassnectar is heading out again to melt faces from April 12 – June 16. This time around, however, Bassnectar will be delivering his monster sounds in more intimate surrounds, stopping at a few select festivals, including Ultra Miami and Coachella, before hitting a string of venues from mid-April. Joining him for the ride are special guests GRiZ, Michal Menert and Thriftworks.
The breathtaking drops and mind-warping bass wobbles will be matched by Bassnectar's unmistakable mind-altering visual show, which will totally transform the packed venues along the way. Just because these parties are small, it doesn't mean that Bassnectar or any of his team are cutting back on production. Big things come in small packages. Full details below.
Ultra Music Festival, Miami | Sunday 17 March | Saturday 23 March
Canadian Special, Secret Location | Saturday 30 March
Coachella Festival, Indio | Friday 12 April | Friday 19 March
Memorial Auditorium, Burlington | Wednesday 24 April
House Of Blues, Boston | Thursday 25 April
House Of Blues, Boston | Friday 26 April
Main Street Armoury, Rochester | Saturday 27 April
Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel, Providence | Sunday 28 April
Electric Factory, Philadelphia | Wednesday 1 May
Electric Factory, Philadelphia | Thursday 2 May
Southern Special, Secret Location | Friday 3 May
The Fillmore, Silver Spring | Saturday 4 May
The Fillmore, Silver Spring | Sunday 5 May
Township Auditorium, Columbia | Wednesday 8 May
Grady Cole Center, Charlotte | Thursday 9 May
The Tabernacle, Atlanta | Friday 10 May
The Tabernacle, Atlanta | Saturday 11 May
Track 29, Chattanooga | Sunday 12 May
Colorado Special, Secret Location | Friday 31 May | Saturday 1 June
Spring Awakening, Chicago | Friday 14– Sunday 16 June
Get up-to-date tour info and tickets here.
Words: DAVID SULLIVAN
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