Seattle Beware! Bass is Coming Your Way This Weekend
Looking for something to do this weekend? Like having your face smashed in by loud bass? Well then do I have the perfect thing for you! Seattle is host to not one, but two massive concerts this weekend, both of which will leave you wanting more bass, or in a puddle of sweat on the floor from dancing to hard.
(listen to this while reading the rest of the post to put you in the right mood)
Friday 2/28/2014: Smog City Tour
In 2013, 12th Planet brought the Smog Tour to Foundation Nightclub, and it went off! That night turned out to easily one of the best nights I have had at Foundation. The vibes were amazing, the bass was loud, and now 12th Planet and the gang are back for another round, this time at Neumos in Capitol Hill. Featuring the likes of 12th Planet, Protohype, Antiserum, SPL, and Steady, the Smog City Tour is set to destroy us all and leave us breathless. Tickets are $18 and the event is 18+. Find out all of the event information below at neumos.com.
Saturday 3/1/2014: Digital Assassins Tour
Datsik is not known for taking things lightly. In fact, he loves hard hitting heavy bass more than pretty much any other artist I can think of. This Saturday he will be bringing a full PK Sound system, his Vortex stage, and a few friends along to crush Showbox Sodo with his bass. What friends are coming with him you may ask? Oh no one special…unless you count Heroes X Villains, Chaosphere, and Must Die! as nothing special. With local support McFunk Brothers joining the festivities too, it is set up to be an amazing night. Tickets are $27 before fees, and the event is 16+. Find all of the event information below on the Facebook event page.
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