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Bass Coast presents an ‘electrifying’ roster of talent for first wave lineup

The organizers at Bass Coast Music Festival have pleasantly surprised us with an early peek at the roster of artists playing this summer with their first wave lineup drop. Many of the festival’s alumni, from the PNW and elsewhere around the globe, will be returning.

Notable artists include the Juno-nominated Smalltown DJs; festival co-founder and musical director The Librarian; the legendary Mat the Alien, and Vancouver-based groups Lazy Syrup Orchestra and The Funk Hunters.

Many of the first-time festival artists come from across the pond. These artists include UK garage and jungle brothers Bakey, the “queen of Berlin groovy house” Cinthie; British duo Kassian and Nigerian born and UK based Magugu. And as if all of the aforementioned names aren’t enough, Of the Trees and K+Lab will also be taking the stage for the first time in Bass Coast’s sixteen year history.

“Spanning genres, continents and eras, this electrifying roster of artists represents a bold leap into the future. This lineup showcases artists who are spearheading innovation and are masters of their craft.” – Andrea Graham (Bass Coast Co-Founder)

Future announcements will include more artists, art installations, performance artists, mural artists, workshops, yoga and movement classes and more. Bass Coast Music Festival takes place this summer from July 12th till the 15th. Some tickets are available for purchase, but with a lineup this hot – that might not last for much longer.

Are you attending Bass Coast this year? Let us know on our socials and in the comments below. Hope to see you on the dance floor!

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