This year’s BASSINTHEGRASS is set to be bigger and better than ever, with the event now sold out!
Thousands of music fans from across Australia will be making the pilgrimage to Darwin in May to attend the Northern Territory’s biggest and longest-running music festival, BASSINTHEGRASS.
A rite of passage for Territorians, this year just as many interstaters are getting on the BASSINTHEGRASS bandwagon, and it’s no surprise with a bangin’ line-up that includes the likes of DMA’s, Illy, The Jungle Giants, Lime Cordiale, Ocean Alley and Peking Duk, to name just a few.
“This is a fantastic result,” Northern Territory Major Events Company CEO Tim Watsford said.
“BASSINTHEGRASS is usually a sold out event, but it’s never sold out this far in advance before, and we’ve never seen so many interstaters jump on board.
“Thousands of people from across Australia will be descending on Darwin for BASSINTHEGRASS, and they’ll be able to turn their visit into the trip of a lifetime thanks to all the unique things to see and do in the Territory. Throw in our perfect May weather and relaxed lifestyle, and you’ve got yourself one unforgettable experience.”
With 12 hours of world-class music on offer across two stages at Darwin’s stunning Mindil Beach location, music and festival lovers have been quick to recognise BASSINTHEGRASS is this year’s must-do festival experience – and the Territory is a must-do holiday destination.
Peking Duk’s Adam Hyde said he is looking forward to returning to Darwin.
“Having played BASSINTHEGRASS twice in the past, we cannot wait to get back and get sweaty with all the amazing people up in Darwin!” he said. “We’re stoked to be playing in front of a sell-out crowd – this show is going to be incredible!”
Ben Woolner of SAFIA said it was amazing to hear BASSINTHEGRASS was a sell-out four months before the event.
“Words can’t begin to describe just how excited we are to play this show,” he said.
BASSINTHEGRASS is scheduled for 15 May 2021. If you’re experiencing FOMO because you missed out on grabbing a ticket, there is still hope. Simply add your name to the waitlist at www.bassinthegrass.com.au and, if tickets become available, we’ll be in touch.