Bassnectar To Perform Spring Gathering 2018 In Chicago March 30 - 31
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Bassnectar Returns To Chicago For “Spring Gathering” March 30-31, 2018

Spring Gathering 2018: “Enjoy Life in Full Bloom”

In nearly three weeks, thousands of bass heads will converge in the windy city at Donald E Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois for a two-night underground extravaganza hosted by the one-and-only Bassnectar. A first of four “family gatherings” and Bassnectar’s first return to Chicago in seven years, this Spring Gathering will take place Friday, March 30, and Saturday, March 31, 2018. Support acts RezzTOKiMONSTA, and Danny Corn will play Friday, while TroyboiIvy Lab, and Andreilien will round out the lineup on Saturday. Fans, be ready for a full two nights of bass and immersive sound.

Tickets remain on sale, including two-day passes ($119), VIP ($239), and single-day tickets ($65). Fans can purchase available tickets here.

Spring Gathering 2018

That’s not all Bassnectar’s team has in store. In addition to the main event, the Concord Music Hall will host official afterparties both nights. EOTO, Jantsen, DMVU, plus more TBA will play Friday, March 30 – tickets are available here. Longtime friend and collaborator of Bassnectar, ill.Gates will perform, along with Ivy Lab, Andreilien, Danny Corn, and more TBA the following night, Saturday, March 31 – tickets are available here. Doors will open both nights at 11:00 p.m. The event is 18+ only.

In addition to the official afterparties, Pass The Good Entertainment is hosting an event in collaboration with Notion Presents and Swampwoofer Productions at Logan Square Auditorium. On Friday, March 30,  Emalkay, The Widdler B2B Pushloop, and Frequent will all spin some late night bass, sure to entertain the Chicago night owls. The event is 17+ to enter and 21+ to drink. Doors open at 11 p.m. Tickets are available here.

Spring Gathering 2018

2018 Is In Full Swing For Bassnectar

Bassnectar is setting the tone for the rest of 2018 with his recently amazing performances at Okeechobee and BUKU. During his time at Okeechobee, he played a rare no-lights/no-stage performance, mixing in dancehall hip-hop and underground electronic cuts. He didn’t stop there, as his mainstage performance was a gritty, headbang-worthy set consisting of plenty of unknown ID’s and heavy classics. He started the show with a wild rendition of his famed track, “Bass Head” mashed with Eminem’s famous “My Name Is”. We will leave on this note, “Hi, my name is… BASS HEAD!” – Check out a front row view of the mayhem below.

Also, OneEDM was onsite for both weekends of Okeechobee and BUKU. Check out the Okeechobee recap and stay tuned for BUKU’s soon!

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Related Content

  • Bassnectar headlines Okeechobee 2018 with an exceptional no-stage/no-lights performance + mainstage performance – Click here.
  • Freestyle Sessions 2018 will return to Broomfield, Colorado, June 3 – 5, 2018 – Click here.
  • Bassnectar and Sayr release collaboration EP titled Enchanted under new alias “Naux Faux” – Click here.
  • Lastly, check out more upcoming events and reviews on OneEDM.
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