Bass Camp Festival IV lineup announced – August 6-7 – Lake Tahoe‏

Popular summer electronic dance music event Bass Camp Festival will take place August 6 – 7 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s outdoor arena on the South Shore of Lake Tahoe. The all-ages event congregates electronic music fanatics in one of the country’s most beautiful spaces for an amazing weekend of dancing and lasting memories. Tickets on sale now

This year’s event will kick off on Saturday August 6 with acts including Krewella, Hermitude (live), Figure b2b Protohype, Justin Jay & Friends Live , Alvin Risk, and close out on Sunday August 7 with performances by Nero (DJ set), Borgeous, Arty, and Chill Harris amongst others. Past headliners at Bass Camp events have included Tiesto, Paul Oakenfold, Kaskade, Zeds Dead, Kill The Noise, Adventure Club, Excision, Jauz, Madeon, Datsik and Infected Mushroom.

Bass Camp Festival IV will feature three stages, including the return of the Dancetronauts and their famous “Bass Station” Sound Ship. New for 2016 is a Silent Disco, a grass-and-sod chill-out field, beautiful shade structures and sails, as well as a vendor village and artist paint wall.

General admission to the 2-day festival passes are just $129.00 in advance, or $159 day of (if available).   VIP tickets will be sold at $199 in advance and include VIP Ticket for both days Private Bar and Outdoor Lounge with tenting Private Restrooms Special main stage viewing area Bass Camp Festival commemorative VIP T-Shirt

The event is all-ages.  Doors/Music at 4pm until 11pm daily.

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