This Colorado Dubstep Drive-In Concert Is Happening At A Racetrack With A Festival Sound System

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Leave it up to the promoters of the bass capitol to conjure up something as wild as this. Today, the Amplitude 500 was announced, a massive dubstep show that’s being held at Pike’s Peak International Raceway. Headlining the show is the beloved bass legend 12th Planet, with support from ATLiensCalcium, and Detrace.

Unlike many of the drive-in shows that we’ve seen so far during this hindering pandemic, this event will be utilizing a massive, festival-equipped sound system. Instead of being limited to just the speakers in your car, attendees will be able to feel the true force of a proper sound rig, something many of us have been craving. In fact, the organizers are advising that folks who are in the front row of cars bring ear plugs.

The event is taking necessary steps to ensure safety as well. Masks are required at all times when you leave your designation space for your vehicle.

The Amplitude 500 is happening in just a month’s time on July 23. For more info on the event, including ticket details, follow this link here.