If you are in need of some high quality bass music at more than affordable prices, the ‘Safe In Sound’ festival, which is touring North America this fall should be on your radar. The former producers of ‘Identity’ festival have returned in a big way, featuring Destroid, Adventure Club, Flux Pavilion, and more throughout their 21-city tour. Luckily for us, there are a few Northwest stops on the tour: Seattle, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Boise (for our Canadian brethren, there’s also a stop in Penticton, BC). The tour will be blasting their 150,000 watt PK Sound system, so if you need an affordable way to Bounce, Rise and Fall, or let the Bass Cannon kick it, find your way to a ‘Safe In Sound’ show this fall. You can get your tickets via the ‘Safe In Sound’ site for every show on the tour.
Tickets for the stop in Boise on October 14th at the CenturyLink Arena have already gone on sale, and like the shows in Spokane and Tri-Cities, feature a ‘Get Off Your Ass Special’. For the special, the first 500 tickets are $25, tickets 501-1,000 are $30, and tickets 1,001 – 1,500 are $35. After the first 1,500 tickets, the remaining tickets will be available for $39.50. There are also a limited number of VIP Passes available for the shows in Boise, Spokane, and Tri-Cities. The tickets on sale via the ‘Get Off Your Ass Special’ are also the floor tickets for these events, and are going fast! The first and second tier of tickets in Boise have already sold out. Destroid, Adventure Club, Flux Pavilion, Caked Up, and Terravita are the current artist announced for the all ages Boise show, with doors at 6 p.m.
Tickets to the Seattle show, which is for ages 18+ at the WaMu theater, are $40 and went on-sale today at noon. Seattle’s stop will also feature Destroid, Adventure Club, Flux Pavilion, and Terravita, with doors at 7 p.m.
Tickets to the all ages Spokane show at the Spokane Arena on October 9th and the all ages Tri-Cities show (the first show of its kind in the Tri-Cities) at the Toyota Center on October 8th go on-sale this Friday, August 1st at 10 a.m. The current artists announced for both the Spokane and Tri-Cities shows are Destroid, Adventure Club, Flux Pavilion, ƱZ, and Terravita, with doors at 6 p.m.
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