Forbidden Kingdom Releases Tickets for 2022 Edition

Forbidden Kingdom 2021
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Forbidden Kingdom is set to bring the bass when it returns to Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds on May 6-7.

Over the past few years, bass music lovers from near and far have flocked to Forbidden Kingdom to get their dose of wubs and battle it out on the dancefloor. Past editions have featured some of the top artists in the bass scene such as Excision, FIGURE, Liquid Stranger, and more with a touch of hard dance from Lady Faith and Lil Texas making its way to the festival as well. Of course, the festival is filled with plenty of stunning production elements at its three stages to make this experience one of the best in the Sunshine State.

Next year, Forbidden Kingdom will open its gates on May 6-7 at the Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds once again for headbangers to experience two days filled with epic sets and plenty more. Those planning to attend should be marking their calendars and making their travel plans soon because they’ve released tickets for the 2022 edition and you definitely won’t want to miss it.

Those looking to attend Forbidden Kingdom can choose their own adventure when it comes to the passes they purchase. GA tickets begin at $129.99(+fees), while GA+ begins at $159.99(+fees) and upgrades the experience with faster entry and private bathrooms. Those among the nobility can opt for VIP passes which start at $249.99(+fees) to get additional upgrades including dedicated viewing areas and bars so they can mix and mingle with room to dance.

GA, GA+, and VIP passes for Forbidden Kingdom 2022 are on sale now. Head over to their website for more details and grab your tickets today via Seetickets. Stay tuned for the lineup that is still to come!

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