Bassrush and Basscon Announce Return of Project Z

Project Z 2019
Photo Credit: Insomniac Events

Are you ready to get a dose of bass and hard dance with the Bassrush and Basscon crews? Project Z is back and sure to be filled with energy!

While Bassrush and Basscon have both hosted their own standalone events and stage takeovers, one of the most beloved festivals to come from their minds has been Project Z. Each edition of this festival has pitted the sounds of bass music against those from the harder styles for an experience that is out of this world for anyone who enters the gates of the NOS Events Center, and now they’ve announced that it’s due to return.

That’s right, Project Z has been announced to make its grand reappearance in Southern California this year on November 27 at the NOS Events Center. While limited details have surfaced about what’s in store for those who choose to attend, if past editions are any indication, then expect an onslaught of unreal beats, massive production, and plenty of activities to participate in as Bassrush and Basscon go toe-to-toe in San Bernardino.

Related: Read all about the latest edition of Project Z in 2019 and find out why this festival is one not to miss if you love bass music and hard dance!

While the lineup has yet to be unveiled for the upcoming edition of Project Z, past years have featured artists including the likes of Liquid Stranger, Adventure Club, Borgore, Da Tweekaz, Technoboy N Tuneboy, and Wasted Penguinz… among others. Stay tuned for the full lineup drop and make sure you grab tickets on August 5 when they go on sale at $50 for 72 hours only.

Tickets for Project Z 2021 will go on sale Thursday, August 5 at 12pm PT via their website. Layaway will also be available for a $5 deposit, so don’t sleep on this festival if you’re considering attending!

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