Updated: Aug 17, 2022
Imagine a world where your weekend decisions consisted of playing disc golf, watching a dubstep show, looking at dope art, or hanging with friends at camp. The inaugural "Bass Ribbon Pines Music Arts and Recreation Festival" is just that. Bass Ribbon is where Disc Golf and Dubstep collide. As for art, there won't be a shortage of art vendors, live painters, and other festive novelties.
The two day camping festival kicks off on Friday July 23rd at the majestic Blue Ribbon Pines Disc Golf Course in East Bethel, Minnesota. Surrounded by beautiful pine trees, the immaculate course will be set up for day-time and night-time games. Festival attendees can start playing whenever, since Disc Golf is included with the purchase of tickets. Games, contests, and tournaments will be offered for an extra cost, along with a variety of free activities.
The Wubs & Dubs tournament sold out immediately, but you best believe there will be more friendly competition through out each day. For those not entering the "tourney" lifestyle, have no fear, the main stage will have music all day. Eklipse Productions will be killing it as always with their professional stage production and high quality sound.
Musically, this fest will not disappoint in the least bit. The stacked lineup consists of artists that have graced the stages at Wakaan Music Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheater and other iconic festivals and venues around the world.
Bass Ribbon is headlined by nationally known dubstep artists like DMVU, Wreckno, Sfam, and SuperFuture who have massive support from labels such as Wakaan, Deadbeats, Deep Dark & Dangerous and more. The festival also features up and coming regional acts like Viskus and Wylin, who are climbing their way into the national ranks with support from Wubaholics, WTF's That Sound, GRVDNCR and more.
As for local music, this festival brought out a few of Minneapolis's native bass music producers including guest appearances by Beak Nasty, DopeOnMe and the debut of Mousai. The lineup also features takeovers from bass music collectives: Bhump Day, Culminate Presents, and Low & High.
The lineup was carefully curated by Blue Ribbon Pines and the Identity Events team. Identity is known for their Identity Management roster consisting of Walter Wilde, Notixx, Viskus and Tyro. The ID brand also manages Lost Identity Apparel, that offers a drop-ship platform for artists to sell affordable merchandise to their bass music fans.
As for the late night vibes, a silent disco was recently announced with a stellar lineup of national, regional and local artists for each night. Tyro will be bringing the heat, along with a monstrous B2B set by Mozis and Mr. Purple, Drop Dead Fred and Aznpersuasion and the anticipated Tok3n and friends set. MixedMind will be bringing the deep dub vibes along with Shauncy, DDT and the experimental mastermind behind HeDawn. The variety of sounds during the silent disco gives all the attendees something to look forward to.
Whether it's a silent disco set, a late night round of disc golf, or hanging out at camp with the crew, Bass Ribbon Pines is the right place to be on July 23rd and 24th. Don't miss out on a one of a kind experience, 30 minutes outside of Minneapolis, at Blue Ribbon Pines Disc Golf Course. Get your tickets now with the link below. Single Day Tickets go on sale Friday, July 9th.
~Written and designed by Hunter Breault.
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