With the cancellation of the anticipated bass and hardstyle festival Project Z this year, Insomniac has unveiled an exciting alternative for fellow bass heads. Enter Apocalypse Fest, set to take place in November over the Thanksgiving weekend. This zombie-themed, bass-heavy extravaganza promises four colossal stages that hold the key to salvaging our world. Now, let’s delve into the 5 compelling reasons why you absolutely cannot afford to miss this unique event.
Brand New Festival
Apocalypse Fest emerges as a new and eagerly anticipated addition to the Insomniac lineup. The first year of any festival is renowned for its unparalleled energy and vibe. Having successfully tested logistics and the venue during events like Day Trip LA and Dreamstate, the organizers are poised to optimize every aspect of Apocalypse Fest. Drawing from insights gained and lessons learned, the team is committed to elevating this event to new heights.
Venue On The Boat & On The Shore
The Queen Mary, once a luxurious transatlantic ocean liner, now resides permanently in the Long Beach Harbor, offering a one-of-a-kind experience for visitors. With its art deco design and storied past, the Queen Mary has become a unique event venue that seamlessly blends historic charm with contemporary elegance. Not to mention that you have the option to experience the hotel on the boat!
Insomniac’s choice to host events like Day Trip LA ,Dreamstate, and Apocalypse at the Queen Mary this year speaks volumes about their appreciation for this unique venue and its appeal to the vibrant community of fellow ravers. The Queen Mary, with its historic charm and versatile spaces, provides the perfect backdrop for Insomniac to curate immersive and unforgettable experiences.
After Party On The Boat Until 4AM
If you’re a true party enthusiast, you are at the right place – Apocalypse has got you covered! With three vibrant stages dedicated to the After Party, the beats will keep pulsating until 4 AM. Get ready for some extraordinary sets from a lineup of exceptional artists, including special performances like Infekt’s Deep Dub set, Kompany’s Drum and Bass set, and Ivy LAB’s Drum and Bass set. The excitement doesn’t stop there – Jessica Audiffred has even hinted at treating the crowd to a techno set, as teased on her social media. In essence, this event is a one-of-a-kind experience you won’t want to miss. Get ready for a night of non-stop music and unparalleled energy at Apocalypse!
Zombie Theme Party
From the moment Insomniac annouced this event, the social media team’s unwavering commitment to the zombie theme has been nothing short of thrilling. Their consistent and imaginative posts have ignited my excitement, making excited to witness the creativity unfold in the form of art installations and photobooths. The anticipation of what the event organizers have in store for these visual elements adds an extra layer of excitement to the upcoming festivities. I’m also excited the see outfits that attendees will showcase. The zombie theme offers boundless possibilities for creative expression, and I can’t wait to be immersed in this event.
A Diverse Lineup Encompassing Bass Genres
Bassrush has undoubtedly invested considerable effort in curating an diverse lineup for this event, introducing a wave of artists who haven’t performed in their stages before. With a festival boasting four stages, each dedicated to genres such as dubstep, experimental bass, riddim, and DNB, the anticipation for an unparalleled sonic experience is palpable. As we eagerly await the reunion with our bass family, the promise of a vibrant, genre-spanning atmosphere fuels our anticipation for an unforgettable musical journey.