Mark your calendars for an electrifying musical experience this March as Touch Bass, the largest bass music festival in Australia and New Zealand, returns to captivate audiences across Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, and Auckland. The festival, renowned for setting the pace in all things low-end, promises an unforgettable Easter weekend with a lineup that will reverberate through your bones.
Headlining the 2024 edition is UK producer and DJ, Wilkinson. Known for his beat-thumping fusion of drum and bass, dubstep, and future jungle, Wilkinson is set to elevate the bass experience to new heights. Joining him from the UK are electronic maestro Kanine and grime sensation Flowdan. Fresh off an unforgettable late-night set at Meredith, Flowdan brings his heavy-hitting rhythms to the Touch Bass stage.
Other notable artists on the lineup include Peekaboo, Infekt b2b Jessica Audiffred, SOTA, and Ren Zukii. With such a diverse array of talent, Touch Bass 2024 promises to cater to the varied tastes within the broad spectrum of bass music.
“Bass music” is a comprehensive term encompassing various electronic music genres distinguished by their pronounced emphasis on bass frequencies. These genres typically feature deep, powerful basslines and have gained immense popularity in club and dance music scenes worldwide. Key subgenres under the umbrella of bass music include dubstep, drum and bass, trap, future bass, bass house, and grime. Each subgenre brings its own unique characteristics and contributes to the rich tapestry of bass-driven electronic music.
As the electronic music landscape continues to evolve, new subgenres and styles consistently emerge within the realm of bass music. The genre remains dynamic, reflecting the creativity and innovation of artists as they push boundaries and redefine the sonic possibilities of bass-driven beats.
Touch Bass 2024 not only promises a spectacular showcase of some of the finest talents in bass music but also invites attendees to immerse themselves in the ever-evolving world of electronic beats. Whether you’re a devoted fan or a newcomer to the genre, the festival offers a diverse and exhilarating experience that celebrates the rich tapestry of bass music. Secure your tickets and get ready to feel the bass in your bones at Touch Bass 2024.
Touch Bass 2024 Dates
March 24 – Shed 10, Auckland
March 29 – Melbourne Pavilion, Melbourne
March 29 – Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
March 30 – Wellington Square, Perth
March 31 – Eaton’s Hill Outdoors, Brisbane
March 31 – Horden Pavillion, Sydney
For ticket registrations, please head to the official website.