Bass Camp Festival Returns to Reno with a Stellar Lineup and Exciting Additions

    Bass Camp Festival Returns to Reno with a Stellar Lineup and Exciting Additions

    Reno, Nevada – Bass Camp Festival, the highly anticipated electronic dance music event, is set to make a thunderous return to Downtown Reno’s Wingfield Park from July 28th to July 30th, 2023. As the sixth chapter of this beloved citywide festival, Bass Camp VI promises an electrifying experience with a series of pre-parties, a day party at the J Resort Pool, and a final party at Virginia Street Brewhouse. With a lineup featuring national talent across various genres, extended hours, and a range of exciting activities, Bass Camp VI is set to transform the “Biggest Little City in the World” into a mecca for electronic music enthusiasts.

    An Immersive Home Base:

    The festival’s main event will take place at Wingfield Park on Saturday, July 29th. This immersive experience will feature three unique stages, including the renowned “Bass Station” Sound Ship and a silent disco. Attendees can enjoy the all-grass park, relax under beautiful shade structures and sails, explore the vendor village, admire art installations, and engage with an interactive artist paint wall. The festival will provide a vibrant atmosphere and unforgettable visuals, creating a captivating environment for music lovers of all ages. Wingfield Park, located at 2 Arlington Avenue, Reno, NV, will open its gates at 2:00 p.m., welcoming attendees for an incredible day of music and celebration.

    Genre-Bending Lineup:

    Bass Camp VI boasts an impressive lineup of renowned artists and rising stars across the electronic music spectrum. On Saturday, July 29th, the main festival event will feature performances by Deadmau5, Madeon, Blanke, Benthos, Charly Jordan, Christian Martin, Dancetronauts, Danger, DJ David Aaron, and many more. With over 30 artists taking the stage, attendees can expect an unparalleled musical journey through diverse sounds and styles.

    Pre-Parties and After-Parties:

    Before the main event, Bass Camp VI will kick off with a series of pre-parties on Friday, July 28th. Various venues in Reno, including Cypress, Cargo Concert Hall, Virginia Street Brewhouse, and Dead Ringer, will host performances by acclaimed artists such as Buku, Jantsen, Destructo, and more. After the main festival event on Saturday, the celebration will continue with after-parties featuring Stylust, A-Trak, Huerta, and other exciting acts at select venues. These pre-parties and after-parties will extend the festival experience and allow attendees to keep the energy alive throughout the weekend.

    Bass Camp VI DJ Competition:

    Bass Camp has also announced the Bass Camp VI DJ Competition, providing aspiring artists with an incredible opportunity. Participants can submit their original tracks for a chance to win an opening slot on the main stage, along with festival tickets, a travel voucher, and an official track release on the Bass Camp Music label. The competition, fueled by the SKIO music platform, offers a launchpad for success, with previous winners earning releases from notable artists and labels. Submissions for the competition will be accepted until July 7th, with winners being notified on July 18th.

    Ticket Information:

    Tickets for the main festival event are currently on sale for $89 before fees. Additionally, Bass Camp offers General Admission three-day ‘All In Party Hopper’ passes starting at $275, granting access to all the festival’s events and parties. VIP Experience ‘All In Party Hopper’ passes, offering exclusive perks such as separate VIP entrance, early entry, private viewing area, VIP restrooms, and access to a VIP lounge, are available starting at $400. Specially priced kids’ tickets are also available for the main festival event at $10.00 with proof of purchase of an adult ticket. For detailed ticket options, including pre-parties, after-parties, pool party, and closing event, as well as hotel packages and payment plans, visit

    Prepare to be immersed in the pulsating beats and vibrant energy of Bass Camp Festival VI as it returns to Reno. With a dynamic lineup, pre-parties, after-parties, and exciting additions such as the Bass Camp VI DJ Competition, this electronic music extravaganza promises an unforgettable experience for attendees of all ages. Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of the “Biggest Little City in the World’s” premier electronic dance music event. Get your tickets now and join the bass-loving community in celebrating the power of music and unity.


    The schedule Includes Friday Downtown Reno Concerts, Saturday Main Festival Event and After-Parties, and Sunday Day Pool Party and Closing Party

    DJ Competition for Main Stage Opening Set Launches Friday, June 09, 11 AM PT


    CYPRESS (21+):  Buku, Zasz, Richard Xavier, Jerick Image, Berazz

    CARGO CONCERT HALL (18+):  Jantsen, Kompany, Jonnie, Harmacists

    VIRGINIA STREET BREWHOUSE (18+):  Destructo, Benson, Micah, Teyquerisi

    DEAD RINGER (21+):  1AM Speaker Honey, Hot Dad, Marques Skot, Cue:Lad

    SATURDAY, JULY 29 (main festival event)

    Deadmau5, Madeon, Blanke, Benthos, Charly Jordan, Christian Martin, Dancetronauts, Danger, DJ David Aaron, DJ E-Lyon, DMTRI, Dylan Riley, Fox&Buck, Frenzy, Ghastly, Good Times Ahead, Hurricane Eva, Ionious, Kaleena, Lil Nicky, Lyftd Kid, MitiS, More Hugz, Nightly Gatherings, Obi-Wan Solo, Onzu, Savior, Skiitour, Skudd, Subdocta, Sully, Tyberius, Vampa, Vic Crulich, Wuki, Zac Black, and 4Bang.

    SATURDAY, JULY 29 (after-parties)

    CYPRESS (21+):  Stylust, Kyu, Audiostatis, Peej

    VIRGINIA STREET BREWHOUSE (18+):  A-Trak, VNSSA, Oscar Perez

    DEAD RINGER (21+):  Huerta, Truth x Lies, Groove Cartel, Zebracat

    SUNDAY, JULY 30J RESORT POOL DAY PARTY (ALL AGES):  Artisco, Odd Mob b2b Omnom, Cole-Man, Bob the barber, the Rhino

    VIRGINIA STREET BREWHOUSE (18+):  Walker & Royce, Codes, Mo’Steph

    Bass Camp VI is produced by Bass Camp Festival, Inc. Visit for the most up-to-date information. Fans can stay connected on Instagram @BassCampFest, Facebook, and TikTok @BassCampFestival..

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