Bass Camp In The Park 3 ft. Chris Lake

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/02/2021
4:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Location
Wingfield Park

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Bass Camp Festival, Northern Nevada’s largest electronic music promoters, brings a full day and evening of national DJ headliners, art cars, live art, exhibitions, a vendor village and food trucks to Wingfield Park in downtown Reno for the annual “Bass Camp in the Park 3” event on the Truckee River, Saturday, October 2 from 4 p.m.-10 p.m.
To serve as its main stage for the Reno event, Bass Camp Festival brings the acclaimed Dancetronauts Bass Station Stage/Art Car, a rocket-ship-style stage, complete with sound, lighting and flaming special-effects, dubbed for the Las Vegas-hailing DJs performing at the event. It has also been featured at the annual Bass Camp Festival in Lake Tahoe, Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas, and Burning Man over the years.
Grammy-nominated British DJ/Producer, Chris Lake, will headline this popular outdoor event. Among Lake’s credits are several Billboard chart-toppers, a platinum record, a Grammy nomination, and a Midas touch for supporting emerging talent. He has built up a massive discography of original productions and remixes, ranging from progressive house and tech-house to vocal-driven tracks. He’s scored several charting hits, collaborated with EDM heavyweights such as Deadmau5 and Steve Aoki, and remixed pop stars such as Sia, Kylie Minogue, and Lady Gaga. Australian DJ/Producer Duo, Yolanda Be Cool, AKA aka Bondi boys Andy and Matt, will join the line-up in the park. The unavoidable worldwide number one breakthrough track, “We No Speak Americano” sold over 5 million copies and amassed over 200 million YouTube views.
Cut Snake is Australian DJ Leigh “Sedz” Sedley. Cut Snake was originally a duo which also consisted of Paul “Fish” Fisher, but in mid-2018 Sedley announced that Cut Snake was now a solo act. Together the two chose the name based on the Australian expression “mad as a cut snake”, meaning “crazy”. Cut Snake originates from the Gold Coast of Australia, where both surfed from a young age. They got involved in dance music while they were touring world surf contests, and quickly grew passionate about the underground scenes from each country they visited. Mixmag described their music as “deep tech tunes at odds with their sun-soaked backgrounds” stating that they “have become famed for their massive personalities and infectious live shows”.
Their debut EP, Life’s a Beach, reached #5 on the iTunes Dance chart in Australia and it was played on Pete Tong’s radio show BBC Radio 1 Essential Selection, along with support from Thomas Jack, Claude Von Stroke, Nic Fanciulli, and many others. In 2016 they released their Magic EP, which was described by Billboard as an “infectious tech house cut.” On 7 May 2016 they played a live show in front of 20,000 people at the LA Convention Center It was the venue’s first live music event
In March 2018, Fisher began releasing music under his own alias. In June, Sedley said that Fisher’s recent music releases “went huge so fast that it was going to be too hard for him to juggle both projects. It made more sense for him to focus on himself.
Liquid Todd hosts nights on SiriusXM’s BPM channel and is also the host of the вєтα вρм new music show on SiriusXM ch. 51 (10pmEST Tues). Todd also produces his own music, most recently releasing a remix of “I’ll Be There” by @walkofftheearth. An award-winning DJ, programmer and producer, NYC-based Liquid Todd is one of the premier EDM radio personalities in North America. He performs at major EDM festivals and clubs and has created critically-acclaimed mixshows and even whole channels on SiriusXM, Liquid Todd began his radio career on major-market terrestrial radio stations including K-Rock and WKTU in New York City and WFNX and WBCN in Boston.
Dancetronauts bring their riveting, multi-sensory production that includes dancers, lighting effects, world-class DJs and a pair of engaging frontmen to Bass Camp in the Park. Other headliners will be announced closer to festival time.
Tickets are on-sale now at basscampfest.com, with no-fee hard copy tickets available soon at the Melting Pot in Reno. Limited quantity of Early-bird tickets are $30, General Admission advanced tickets are $40 and walk-up tickets the day of the festival will be $50, subject to availability. An all-ages event, tickets for kids 12 years and under are available for $10.00 at the gate the day of the event with proof of purchase of an adult ticket.
FAQs
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This is an all-ages event.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Biking or walking in is always encouraged. There is nearby garage parking on 1st St, as well as street parking near the park.
What can I bring into the event?
No outside F&B.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Our own Ranger Bass is always available to answer questions at bass@basscampfest.com