Bass Canyon Festival - 3 Day Pass Tickets
Gorge Amphitheatre | Quincy, Washington
Bass Canyon fam, the moment you’ve been waiting for is finally here! Bass Canyon Festival at the stunning Gorge Amphitheatre from Friday, August 19th to Sunday, August 21st 2022, get your 3-Day Pass right here, right now. Featuring 3 days of non-stop headbanging, all the bass, massive stage production with lights, pyro, smoke and more, tons more bass, and gorgeous sunsets. This is the only bass festival worth going to, so let’s go celebrate 4 years of a fantastic festival. It always shapes up to be a terrific weekend for the head bangers, so bring your best friends and enjoy the killer lineup, and have a safe and fun experience at Bass Canyon 2022.
The Gorge Amphitheatre is known for its breathtaking views of the Columbia River and award-winning campgrounds, making it the perfect backdrop for our annual celebration of Bass Music. Temperatures at the Gorge tend to be much warmer than in Seattle. Check the weather while you’re packing! Temperatures will drop in the evening, so make sure to bring layers, campers especially. In the daytime, don’t forget to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen. Celebrating Bass Canyon’s fourth year at the beautiful Gorge Amphitheatre, it’s time you joined for magical sunsets and bone-rattling Bass! The festival will go on rain or shine, so make sure you bring your rain gear too!
The last Bass Canyon lineup had Excision, Illenium, LSDream, Spag Heddy, Subtronics, 12th Planet, Ganja White Night and more, and while this years lineup is still pending, you just know it’s going to be awesome, we will have an update right here as soon as it is announced though. Admittedly, unless you care about the nuances between different kinds of bass music, all you need to know about the lineup is that it’s dubstep. With the main stage, Hilltop stage and a local stage to choose from, there will always be some pumping music to headbang to, there will also be a silent disco that features local artists, so there’s plenty of opportunity to support some up-and-coming talent.