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Bass Therapy and WAVES to host Space Dome takeover at Bass Canyon

Space Dome x Bass Canyon x WAVES x Bass Therapy

Bass Canyon is just around the corner! This weekend, the Gorge Amphitheater will host a stacked lineup of some of the best bass music artists from around the world. And aside from the global talent swooping into the Pacific Northwest, the festival is also about to see some serious local representation too. Earlier this month, Seattle-based artist collectives Bass Therapy and WAVES revealed that they’re taking over the festival’s Space Dome tent, and it’s sure to be a visually and sonically stunning showcase.

Both collectives recently announced a slew of Seattle artists that’ll be making an appearance at the Space Dome. A different set of artists will be performing each night. Familiar names include Quackson, SoSleepy, and Rebel Scum. Check out the full schedule below:

The Space Dome tent will be accessible shortly after walking through the entrance of the venue and to the left. It’ll be on the other side of the walkway from the waterslide. Take a look at the festival map for reference.

For those who don’t know, Bass Canyon is another festival founded by the one and only Excision (the other being Lost Lands). It’s taking place this weekend August 23rd to the 25th at the Gorge Amphitheater. Tickets are still available, so don’t miss out on supporting local PNW artists!

Are you stopping by the Space Dome to check out WAVES and Bass Therapy sets? Let us know in our comments section on Facebook and Twitter!

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