Camping in the Pacific North West Mountains
Bass Canyon takes full advantage of its location’s scenery, community, and culture. Washington is ripe with beauty, outdoors lifestyle, and a dense population of music lovers. When you attend this event you get all that and the best of the future of EDM. No, there are no dinosaurs at this iteration of Excision’s musical love child. Instead, there’s a unique dive into Washington’s local history – you’ll see what we mean when you catch a glimpse of the countless totem poles littering the campsites. Their motto: “Go ahead and let your freak flag fly!”
Camping is another prominent feature of Bass Canyon. While the event takes place over the course of three days, ticket-holders are invited to camp an extra night before the festival. There are multiple camping options to choose from. There is Standard Camping (tent sites, car camping, RV w/o hookups), Easy Camping (two-person waterproof tents with take-home provided gear), Premier Camping (oversized spaces with superior views), Gold Camping (big tents and spaces for larger vehicles), and Terrace Camping (max space with more private/quiet areas). When buying your ticket, be sure to reserve your campsite as they sell out just as quickly as the tickets themselves!
Where to Buy Bass Canyon Tickets
EDM is an ever-growing genre in America. Excision is just one artist to take matters into his own hands by creating premier events for headbangers and bass lovers. Bass Canyon offers a premier opportunity to immerse yourself in EDM culture while soaking up the great outdoors. That all said, the best time to get your tickets to Bass Canyon is early in the year when they are first released. There are general admission, VIP admission, and Box & Cliff House VIP passes. VIP tickets are the most popular choice, selling out the quickest, offering you great perks at a fair price. To get the best deal on festival tickets, be sure to visit SeatRetriever. SeatRetriever offers great prices on last-minute tickets to events like Bass Canyon.
Visitors travel from all over the world to attend Bass Canyon. It’s premier location and overall experience makes it immensely attractive to all sorts of music fans. It’s a three-day festival, but since you can camp beyond those three days, it’s a great destination event. The closest airport is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. From there you can book a shuttle with other festival goers, or you can rent a car and drive. In order to park overnight at the event though, you must have a camping pass.
It’s recommended to bring a couple of empty water bottles (there is a limit of two per person), a one-gallon clear bag of snacks (with all snacks factory sealed), a non-professional camera, and anything you’d need for comfortable camping. As previously mentioned, celebrating Washington culture by creating a personalized totem pole is encouraged. Poles cannot be longer than seven feet, thicker than one inch in diameter, and must be made of something light like PVC. Lastly, be sure to bring your ID in order to purchase beverages and to be sure you don’t get kicked out of the festival. There is a strict eighteen-years-and-older-only policy.
Headbanging in Nature
Lose yourself in mountains and evergreens by getting your tickets to Bass Canyon at SeatRetriever today. It’s one of the best EDM experiences on the west coast that offers camping. Discover the newest up and coming artists alongside friends, new and old. Bass Canyon is sure to be a staple in the electronic music world for years to come.