In less than a week, the second annual Bass event Project: Z Festival will commence and it is definitely something to be excited about! Last year’s unique festival combined hard dance styles with dubstep and it was nothing short of incredible. What is special about Insomniac’s Project: Z is that it draws two separate crowds that happen to coincide so well. Us bass heads and hardstyle lovers tend to love bass music in general so to have our favorite music in one place is a dream come true! If you are on the fence of attending this year’s Project: Z, here are some things to expect that will make you want to experience it for yourself:
Bassrush: For all my headbangers, this stage will definitely not disappoint. The Bassrush stage is usually indoors which makes the sound production intensely loud and high quality. The dubstep and drum and bass music that will be pumping through these speakers may make it hard to venture off to the other stages!
Basscon: Hard dance lovers, this stage is for you. Hardstyle and Happy Hardcore will be bringing the energy at this stage for sure. The music at this stage is sure to make you want to dance all night! This stage is also indoors meaning the best possible sound and lighting quality we normally expect from insomniac events!
Area Z: This stage is not one to overlook as it has an awesome variety of bass music from upcoming artists ready to show off their unique sounds. Insider tip: Last year this stage had a few special guests so be on the look out for those surprise b2b sets we all love!
This year’s lineup is reason enough to head to Project: Z this year. I am most excited to see Borgore, Joyryde, Gentlemens Club, D-Block & S-Te-Fan, DJ Isaac, Darren Styles, Buku, and Moody Good. I am definitely going to be bouncing from stage to stage all night and I can’t wait!
The NOS Events Center has been home to Insomniac music festivals for many years now. Located in San Bernardino, this venue combines indoor stages with outdoor stages and tents, with the layout expanded to show off the gorgeous lake at bigger festivals. As for this festival, it is likely that only some of the venue will be accessible but regardless this venue will always feel like home to me. The stages are close together, there are always food trucks with lots of options, there are free water refill stations (yes, I said FREE WATER), as well as tables and areas to sit if you ever need a break from dancing your heart out.
Overall, I really hope you join me at this year’s Project: Z Festival. It is definitely going to be a night to remember!