• Bass Canyon Music Festival Survival Guide [Official]

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    Official Bass Canyon music festival survival guide, recap, and review. Excision brings Bass Canyon to the Gorge Amphitheater located in George, WA, the Pacific North West. 2018 is the first year for this new bass music festival. In today's video, I will be sharing everything you need to know about Bass Canyon and how to plan for it if you plan on going. Everything you need to know about traveling, camping, lines, security, the venue, and DJ sets. This video will also help you for any future rave or music festival you plan to go to.


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    -3 Day bass music festival put on by Excision
    -Price GA Tickets $125
    -Location, Gorge Aphitheater in George, WA.

    Camping at the Gorge is car side camping. From my experience it one of the easiest festival camping experiences I have had. There are no strict rules as too what you can and cannot bring to the camp grouds. There are no searches of cars or belongings. Anyone can be on the campground because general admission doesn't require wristbands.

    -Vip: VIP camping is most expensive and least popular. It's excluded from the rest of the campgroud. Typically staff stays here.

    -Premiere Camping: is located on the same campground as General Admission camping but is in its own fenced in area. Security guards are located at all entrances of premiere camping and WILL check for wristbands. Only people with premiere wristbands are allowed in. Unfortunately, you CANNOT bring friends into the premiere area unless they have a premiere wristband.

    -General Admission camping: is the most popular. 85% or so of the people will be in this camping area. Food trucks, aspiring DJ sets, and most of the parties happen in GA. This year at Bass Canyon, professional yoga classes were held on the campgrounds every day at 10AM and Noon. There was also a Silent Disco for after the festival ended for those who wanted to continue to party.

    -Lines can range from no line to 2 hours. It depends on when you go. Day 1 music started at 4 and you could go in at 3. The next two days the music started at 3 and you could go in at 2. If you don't want to wait in line I recommend going between the 2PM and 4PM window. After 4PM is when the majority of people will be entering the venue so lines will be at peak length.

    -Security at the Gorge is pretty quick. Be sure the look up the rules of what you can and cannot bring in. Bags are permitted, HOWEVER be aware they WILL do bag checks. I didn't witness and pat downs or having to take off shoes. But be prepared to have things taken away if they find it. Things you for sure CANNOT bring in are PROFESSIONAL cameras, open liquids, substances, open makeup, open packs of gum or cigarettes.

    I absolutely LOVE the Gorge Amphitheater. It is one of the most beautiful music festival venues I have been to. Bass Canyon set up multiple "Chill" zone for people to relax in under pretty tents and in hammocks. They also offered free hydration stations for people to refill up on water. The venue had many bathroom and hydration stations located all over the grounds that you would be close to one no matter where you were. 10/10

    My one piece of advice is to be careful walking down the hills to get to front row or the pit. It is pretty steep and it can be bad for your knees. I ended up hurting my knee really bad by dancing down the hills for 3 days. It took 2 and a half weeks to get better.

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