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Bass Coast Announces North American Tour Dates

Bass Coast’s 10 year anniversary is completely sold out online. You may not be out of luck if you haven’t managed to secure your ticket home.

The Bass Coast North American tour is back again! This year, the organizers are holding a draw in each city for one lucky person to receive a pair of tickets to the festival. If you want to enter the draw for the Bass Coast tickets, make sure you arrive at the venue early. In addition, you’ll be able to check out the newest Bass Coast merchandise and soak in the vibes before festival season begins. It can’t get much better than that.

Check out the Bass Coast North American Tour poster below.

It’s undeniable that the festival has been outdoing itself from day one. The lineup for Bass Coast Festival and it’s North American Tour are equally amazing, boasting many well-known names.

Bass Coast co-founder The Librarian (co-founder Andrea Graham) and Mat the Alien will be teaming up to do a couple of B2Bs at select locations. Additionally, there will be appearances from Doctor JeepPhatcat, Seattle’s Don Noble, and more amazing talent. Bass Coast also created an informative blog post that includes the Facebook event links for each event. Get all of the information here.

Festival season is almost upon us and we’re very excited about the lineups that we’ve been seeing so far. We’ve been going to the festival for the last two years and both times we left the festival with new favorites. This is exactly what the co-founders Andrea Graham and Liz Thomson had in mind, wanting to envelop their guests in new styles of art and music. Their goal is to have everyone in attendance leaving inspired, and they’re doing just that.

While the festival is completely sold out online, there are some hard-copy tickets available. You can find information on ticket availability here. Additionally, there is a ticket exchange group for the festival on Facebook. Join the group and keep your eyes peeled. With any luck, you’ll run into the DMNW crew on the dance floor in beautiful Merritt, BC.

Did you already get your Bass Coast 2018 tickets? What festivals are you most excited about attending? Let us know in the comments below!


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Hi, I'm Amanda Robinson, a Staff Writer at Dance Music NorthWest. As a lover of dance music, I'm passionate about covering the latest news and events in the industry and sharing my insights with readers. As I've always lived in the Pacific Northwest, I've been fortunate enough to explore the beautiful province of British Columbia and its vibrant culture. When I'm not writing about music, I enjoy hiking in the mountains, trying out new recipes with ingredients from local farmers' markets, and spending time with my family and friends. I also have a passion for sustainability, harm reduction and environmental conservation, and try to incorporate these values into my everyday life. Thanks for taking the time to learn a little bit about me! If you're interested in reading my work or connecting with me, you can read the articles below or find me on the social media platforms linked below.

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