Bassnectar Announces Full Lineup, Dates, & Location For Basscenter XI

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As if Bassheads didn’t already have a ton of amazing events to look forward to during this year, they can now add yet another to the calendar, Basscenter XI. This year’s premiere Bassnectar event will be taking place at the same location it was held last year, Hampton, Virginia’s Hampton Coliseum, on September 1-2.

As always, Bassnectar and his team have recruited a mixture of some of the most sought-after acts in bass music to handle the opening duties. This year’s lineup will feature Ana Sia, Hatcha and Barclay Crenshaw (Claude VonStroke’s alter-ego) for the first night, and Ill-Esha, Stylust, and the legendary trio Noisia for night two.

Basscenter XI will count as a part of Bassnectar’s “seasonal events” that he announced at the beginning of the year. We already know how insane and successful his Spring Gathering in Chicago was, and we can take an educated guess that the Summer Gaterthing (Freestyle Sessions) in Colorado will be as equally banging. If you’re a true fan of bass and want to be a part of one of the most beautifully intense experiences that electronic music has to offer, we highly recommend making the journey to Hampton, Virginia this fall.

Where will Bassnectar be heading for his final seasonal event, Winter Gathering? We can only speculate, but since he’ll have visited Virginia, Illinois, and Colorado, it wouldn’t be farfetched to assume that he’ll be showing the West Coast some love. However, his Winter Gathering could very well be his infamous NYE 360 stop, which has taken place in Birmingham, Alabama the past couple years.

For more information regarding Basscenter XI, including ticket sales, follow this link to head on over to Bassnectar’s official site.

 

Presenting #BassCenterXI 🌐 our 3rd seasonal event of 2018!
Come explore the wonders of magic & music in our Interdimensional Adventure Ship as we close out summertime and zoom into autumn ✨🛸✨
Presale Wed 4/11 11amET 👽 Onsale Fri 4/13 11amET
More info: https://t.co/unIyGiKw0i pic.twitter.com/ayeN9HOY1c

— Bassnectar (@bassnectar) April 10, 2018

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