Tours

Zeds Dead, Flux Pavilion & Destroid Unite Forces for Safe In Sound Festival



September 24th, 2014

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If you’re still buying into the internet rumors that dubstep is dead, then you need to immediately check out the bass packed lineup for the 2014 Safe In Sound Festival.  This fall, Canadian sensations Adventure Club, dubstep super group Destroid, and founder of Circus Records Flux Pavilion join forces on a single stage, (yes one stage – as in catch some of the biggest names in bass without having to have a masters in festival logistics) as part of the 20+ stop festival tour.
Backed by over 150,000 watts of legendary PK Sound (the same group behind the ear ringing acoustics of tours of Excision and Datsik), Safe in Sound brings the talents of a multi-day festival into a single evening, sure to leave the walls vibrating and your ears pounding (so pack all your necessary auditory protection). Warm up acts will feature the talents of Downlink, Caked Up, Terravita, and the ever anonymous trap star UZ.
Still hungry for more bassheads? Zeds Dead, Excision, and Doctor P will be joining the bass bandwagon for select dates, ensuring this will be one night of wubs and warps that you won’t want to miss. With tickets starting at just $40 and VIP meet and greet packages starting at $70, take advantage to see this international roster of dubstep DJs in one place during the four Northeast tour stops. Don’t forget your earplugs!

 


 

9/24 (Wed): The Armory, Albany

9/25 (Thur): Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem

9/27 (Sat): Festival Pier, Philly

9/28 (Sun): Mass Mutual Center, Springfield

 

 

 
Written by contributor Seth Hiravy. Find him on Twitter here.



A hybrid child of the 203 & 860, Seth would save up any allowance money he had and raid the dance section of his local CD store for anything with a 4X4 beat. By high school, he organized his area’s first electronic event. While this proved to be a disaster, he wrote a killer college acceptance letter about it - thus a music journalist was born. Today he continues to document from behind the keyboard. When he’s not searching for the perfect emoji or making festival posters/totems, he enjoys long walks into parallel universes, pulling off shameless dance moves, and leading the fight against kids from CT who feel wearing cowboy hats is okay.