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The one of a kind all bass event called Safe In Sound Festival, took over New York City this past weekend. On Friday October 7, Playstation Theater was consumed by devoted bassheads; raging along to the unbelievable sound system that the one-day festival brought along with PK Sound. Everyone could not stop talking about the massive sound system throughout the entire night, people were head-banging to the madness that the artists were delivering. Headlining the one-day festival was the one and only SNAILS!! Special guest headliner Brillz, plus supporting artists, Terravita, and Boombox Cartel. Which we go the pleasure to meet, extremely talented and very a nice and sincere people. Each artist played an incredible set, especially SNAILS. Awesome vibes throughout the entire night and great crowd, its always a great night when you are surrounded by other bassheads.

Borgore will be headlining most stops of the festival, in cities such as, Knoxville, TN and Tallahassee, FL and among others. Featuring special guests such as Flux Pavilion, Brillz, Zomboy, Slander, SNAILS, Ookay, and NGHTMRE, Terravita, Dirtyphonics, Must Die!, and many others. If Safe In Sound Festival is coming to a city near your then do not miss out on this crazed, insane bass event. Tickets are available here and follow Safe In Sound Festival for all other information.


Tour Dates:

10/12 – Knoxville TN – The International

10/14 – Fort Lauderdale – Revolution Live

10/19 – Boise ID – Revolution

10/21 – San Jose CA – City National Civic

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10/28 – Milwaukee WI – The Rave

10/29 – Salt Lake City – Great Saltair

11/4 – Broomfield CO – 1st Bank Center

11/18 – Pittsburgh PA – Warehouse

11/25 – Sacramento CA – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

11/26 – Berkeley, CA – UC Theater

+ many more TBA


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