Entry Conditions: > All patrons must be 18+ years old
> To gain access to the GA Floor patrons MUST enter through the GA Floor Wristband line. Wristbands will be distributed until capacity is reached. No wristbands will be distributed once patrons are inside the venue.
> Guests are encouraged to leave all prohibited bags at home. > All guests and their belongings are subject to search, and guests are subject to search by walk-through metal detectors, metal-detecting hand wands, and/or pat-down searches. > Allowed and prohibited items are subject to change at any time without notice. > Security personnel reserve the right to make the final determination on allowed and prohibited items and reserve the right to deny entry to any guest.
Allowed Items: > Single pocket CamelBak-style hydration pack (hydration bladder must be removable, transparent, and empty upon entry to the venue) > Earplugs > Costumes > Face paint > Masks (All masks must be removable and are subject to search when entering the venue) > Reusable light-up toys > Non-professional digital and film cameras, including cellphone cameras > Small clutches or small, single compartment fanny/hip packs > Reasonable amount of inflatable toys > Totems may only be 5-6 ft. tall and constructed on a cardboard tube, no other materials allowed, and cannot be dangerous to public safety > One factory-sealed bottle of water 20oz or less — caps will be removed at search > Sealed: cigarette packages, tampons, packs of gum, and chapstick/lip gloss > Lighters > Prescription and OTC medications subject to specific conditions (with government-issued photo ID that matches name on printed prescription)
Prohibited Items: > Any professional cameras, GoPro cameras, any video and/or any audio equipment > Bags of any kind (except those listed on the Allowed Items list) > Large bags or backpacks > Unsealed: cigarette packages, tampons, packs of gum, chapstick/lip gloss > OTC medication of any kind > Electronic or vapor cigarettes > Outside alcohol/food/beverages/cans > Illegal substances (including marijuana) > Drug paraphernalia > Vitamins > Hula hoops > Instruments > Glass in any form > Large bags or backpacks > Water guns, water balloons, and/or any other kind of water projectile > Glowsticks > Focus light beam devices of any kind, including laser pointers > Air horns/whistles > Flyers and stickers > Marker pens and spray paint > Fireworks, pyrotechnics, or any other kind of explosive > Flammable products or materials and sprays > Pets > Stuffed animals or dolls > Tripods, monopods, and selfie-sticks > Any item that can be used as a means to disturb the peace, endanger the safety of the crowd, and/or inflict damage to people and goods
By combining sound and force with weight, the Bassnectar experience engulfs the senses. The experience of Bassnectar is more visceral than auditory, as the music sets any stage for an adventure without rules or limitations. On Bassnectar's stage, there is no hesitation in fusing the familiar with the strange or the classic with the cutting edge.
Bassnectar is the brainchild of Lorin Ashton, and his open-sourced musical project is as diverse as it is imaginary, as raw as it is meticulous, and as fierce as it is stunning. Spanning the spectrum of sonic style, the music draws inspiration from every genre imaginable and supplies a synthesis of intense, wobbling basslines and hypnotic soundscapes for a devout international audience that desires the beautiful and the bestial in the same breath.
In whatever medium Bassnectar works, music is the lure and social impact is the sincere intention. According to Ashton, “We are so blessed, and so deeply fortunate to be alive and awake right now…it’s a basic truth, but it’s very powerful. I think privilege confers responsibility, and Bassnectar is a reflection of that opportunity to give back; the motion of my cells bouncing back at the world.”