USC Events recently announced the bass stage lineup on Monday October 1st for FreakNight 2018. Nicknamed The Bass Asylum, for the fact that the lineup will without a doubt make you go insane!
The most exciting part about the Bass Asylum is that it features bass music from artists of all have different styles. The lineup features local favorite Quackson, alongside England’s Badklaat. Quix will also be joining us to feed our trap desires. This will be one of the first times Whipped Cream has performed in the Seattle area. We think she will deliver one of the most powerful sets of FreakNight.
Space Jesus and Pegboard Nerds will be very interesting because they each deliver one of a kind performances. Space Jesus performs a different set for all of his live shows. On the other hand, Pegboard Nerds visual experience displays superheroes fighting to save the world. Finally, Doctor P b2b Cookie Monsta will max out the volume by providing a dubstep experience in the Bass Asylum that will make you feel like you’re going crazy yourself.
Don’t forget about the multiple attractions that FreakNight has to offer! One of the most entertaining things about this Halloween event is the “Freakshow Performances.” At every FreakNight, numerous acts have Circus performers in the crowds of the festival! This means that during Marshmello’s set, there will be live performers doing multiple tricks to the beat of the music.
The advantage of having FreakNight at the WaMu Theater is that they have enough space to place multiple theme park rides inside the venue. These rides are free of charge with every ticket. Plan to arrive early to get the most out of the festival experience.
Usually at arcades, the carnival games cost money, but at FreakNight they are also free to all attendees! When you need to recharge your energy visit one of the many games located across the WaMu Theater.
What stage do you think you’ll be at most of FreakNight? Which artists are you most excited to see? Share your thoughts in the comments or on social media!
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