Living up to its name as the 'Biggest Little City in the World,' Reno will host Bass Camp VI's kick-off on Friday, July 28, with a series of pre-parties curated at some of the city's best concert halls, nightclubs, and lounges. Each venue will feature national talent across varying genres, starting late afternoon and going into the wee hours of the morning, taking full advantage of Nevada's no curfew benefits. The energy continues as Bass Camp VI’s ‘home base’ opens Saturday, July 29, with an immersive experience featuring world-class DJs performing on three unique stages, the before mentioned “Bass Station” Sound Ship, silent disco, all grass park, beautiful shade structures, and sails, a vendor village, interactive artist paint wall, art installations, and art cars.
Fans can enter Wingfield Park, located at 2 Arlington Avenue, Reno, NV, beginning at 2.00 p.m. The main festival event is all-ages."We are beyond excited to host Bass Camp VI in Wingfield Park this summer with the gorgeous Truckee River flowing through the festival grounds," says Paul Reder, Founder/CEO of Bass Camp Festival, Inc. "The river and all grass park will be a brilliant addition to this already amazing annual event as well as a great place to cool down in the water while listening and dancing to our many talented artists this summer," says Reder.
Lest we forget about Sunday Funday, the events continue July 30, with more headliners in select music venues in downtown Reno, including a post-festival pool party featuring national artists performing at the new J Resort outdoor pool- swim attire encouraged. The weekend will culminate with the “Bass Camp Closing Party” featuring headliners, Walker & Royce at Virginia Street Brewhouse. A full schedule of artists, events, and venues for the entire weekend will be announced in the coming weeks.