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Bassnectar to Drop the Bass at BJC

Electronic music producer and DJ Bassnectar will make a stop in Happy Valley on October 10 as part of his Immersive Music Tour 2013. Known for his brand of bass-heavy EDM, Bassnectar has been creating genre-bending tracks since the late 1990’s, and has since released nine studio albums, eleven mixtapes, and dozens of singles and EPs. The tour, according to Bassnectar, will be his most technically extensive production yet, emphasizing ethereal visual effects to immerse the audience in music.

“We want to create the ideal atmosphere for people to lose themselves in the depths of music, like a journey into another world,” Bassnectar described in his tour announcement.

You get get tickets for$37.99 for General Admission Floor and $35 for General Admission Event Level Seats. Tickets go on-sale Saturday, July 20 at 10 a.m.  at the the usual locations or on the BJC’s website.

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Zack Rutstein

Penn State 5th-year Materials Science and Engineering student, Onward State Arts Editor, Musician


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