16 Jul Bass Nation Gives Baltimore It’s First Drive-In Rave
Bass Nation is giving new life to Baltimore’s rave scene. As COVID-freaking-19 continues to ravage our social lives and our rave lives, we look to find new ways to gain relief. No one wants to be inside now that summer has arrived so the live streams have slowed and the Drive-in raves have taken over. Social distancing plus raving has been made possible through the concept of a drive-in rave.
Wednesday, July 22, the Bass Nation drive-in series, the first in Baltimore, will be going down. Bass Nation will host headliner Subtronics, Boogie T, Hesh, and Level up at the Maryland State fairgrounds. A limited number of tickets went on sale at noon on July 15 and was sold out in minutes. This revelation prompted Steez promo to add a second night for back to back debauchery. The second show is scheduled for Thursday, July 23!
The show is for the 18 and over crew. You can get your car pass HERE which seats 5 people per vehicle. If you are really excited consider the VIP ticket which guarantees that you will be parked in the first 2 rows closest to the front.
Now Bass Nation’s drive-in series is by no means a replacement for Baltimore’s annual Moonrise festival, click HERE to see how last year’s Moonrise went down. However, this is a nice break from reality. Who knows, it might become a thing of Baltimore’s future in addition to Moonrise.
Did you miss your chance to get Wednesday tickets for the Bass Nation event? Ahhh, poor baby. You still have a chance to win tickets though. Click HERE to find out how.