Sound Haven, the bass festival in Tennessee that had everyone talking about it last year, is back with a stunning new location for 2022.
The team behind Sound Haven, Nashville-based collective Sacred Hive, is known for constantly putting on the best names in underground bass music, not only as organizers but also via their label. Now, following an incredible 2021 edition that saw thousands more attendees flock to the bass-fueled festival, they’ve announced its 2022 return for a fourth year with a brand new venue and even bigger plans.
This year’s edition of Sound Haven is set to take place on July 28-31 at the Catoosa Event Center in Jamestown, Tennessee. The new venue upped the anticipation surrounding what’s in store this year. The Catoosa Event Center grounds that will hold the festival this year were once home to a golf course, providing the Sound Haven family more camping space than last year, better roads for entry and exit, on-site water and power, and what appears to be beautiful shaded greenery. The venue also boasts a lake, creek, and a waterfall, additions that should help beat that late summer Tennessee heat previous attendees know too well.
While the lineup is yet to be revealed, if last year’s edition is any indication of what’s to come then bass lovers near and far will want to flock to Tennessee. The Sound Haven lineup in 2021 was filled with insane talent from the likes of Mersiv, Jantsen, Supertask, Ternion Sound, smith., Smoakland, Ravenscoon, and plenty more, so stay tuned because 2022 is about to have everyone quaking with excitement.
Be sure to stay up to date with Sound Haven and Sacred Hive via their socials for the upcoming lineup announcement, as well as more information regarding camping and ticket options. Sign up via Gleam to receive a code in your inbox to access the pre-sale, happening on February 1 at 12pm CST and you’ll be automatically entered to win two GA tickets.