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Welcome to Bass Canyon: Excision is Bringing a Dubstep Paradise to the Gorge

Bass Canyon 2019 Lineup

Excision has long been a favorite of the DMNW team, with his large-scale, creative tour setups, and his genre-defining style of production. Now, he’ll be bringing all that and more to the Gorge, unveiling his latest festival venture: Bass Canyon.

Set to run from August 24-26, the lineup features virtually every heavy-hitter you can imagine in the global bass scene, including Circus Records mainstays Funtcase, Doctor P, and Cookie Monsta, dubstep legends 12th Planet, Liquid Stranger, and Downlink, and two solo sets from Excision, including an additional b2b set with NGHTMRE.

The full Bass Canyon lineup (with three yet-to-be-announced artists):

Tickets for Bass Canyon are on sale nowrunning you $115 a head for general admission ($154 counting additional Ticketmaster fees). The production will include Excision’s own Paradox tour setup, with a single stage to house all the various performances for the weekend. For anyone traveling from out-of-state (or outside the general Quincy, WA area), there’s a shuttle system in place for virtually every major travel location:

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Downtown Seattle ($39)
Seatac Airport ($39)
Spokane, WA ($35)
Portland, OR ($69)
Vancouver, BC ($75)
San Francisco, CA (Waiting List)*
Los Angeles, CA (Waiting List)*

*Waiting List locations will become available based on interest in each area

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You’ll also need to purchase an additional camping pass, with the normal Gorge options of Standard, Premier, and Terrace, as well as “Easy Tent-Ready Camping (For 2),” giving you a fully set-up campsite, and a host of other perks. For anyone looking to camp outside the Gorge, Wild Horse is also a great option (includes a shuttle to and from the venue).

So, who’s ready for the ultimate bass music extravaganza this August? Grab your tickets now while you can, and gear up for what’s sure to be the heaviest summer festival the PNW will feature all year.

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