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Wobbleland Brings the Bass Back to Denver With A Little Help From Rusko

Vital Events are back at it again with their yearly iteration of bass music paradise called Wobbleland. Founded in California, the event has seen massive lineups over the years, from last year's two day event featuring Rezz and Troyboi, to other big names like 12th Planet, Feed Me, and Herobust. This year however, they're coming to Denver and bringing with them a killer lineup. This will be an extended show – running from 6PM till late night. With other festivals under their care such as Toxic Summer and Soulstice, they know how to throw a party.

Featuring an all-star cast from the likes of Rusko, Eprom, a B2B with Truth and Stylust, Zeke Beats, and Pigeon Hole – this isn't one to miss. There will also be a killer opener with the Sub.mission crew in tow ready to bring some surprises. And with the event taking places at the incredible Fillmore Auditorium the stage is set for a phenomenal event.

Be sure to get tickets ASAP as they are going FAST!

Peep the details below:

When: April 5th, 2019 – 6PM Doors

Where: The Fillmore Auditorium – 1510 Clarkson St, Denver, Colorado 80218

How much: Tickets are currently on sale for $44.75

There is also a Student Deal being offered:

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$40 All In Tickets – Limited Time Only
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