Properly Kick-Off Festival Season with ‘Singularity’

Taking over Utah Motorsports Campus on April 30 – May 2 is Singularity: A Socially Distanced Pod Experience. Gathering three full days of some of the heaviest hitters in bass music, Singularity is coming for necks (in a COVID friendly way.)

Mutiny Music Collective has proven that they know how to throw a party. Their Roll ‘N Rave experience offered an incredible lineup in the safest way possible. They’ve teamed up with SoEpic this time around, and just a simple glance over the lineup shows that it’s about to go down.

Friday:

Hosted by none other than Space Yacht. They’ve pulled some of the most other-worldly artists like a special B2B from JOYRYDE and Ghastly together as GHOST RYDER. Also, feature performances from Dr. Fresch, BIJOU, and Maddy O’Neal.

Saturday & Sunday:

Might be leaving you shook, literally. Including some of the most obscene in the industry, like 12th Planet, NGHTMRE, Peekaboo, Dion Timmer, WHIPPED CREAM, and so many more!

Each pod offers space for a group of 5, but you can gather more homies and pay extra for a group of 8. The whole event complies with current state and local health guidelines, and you can read all about it here.

Rightfully named, Singularity is about to be a one-of-a-kind experience. So, gather your friends and secure your pod because some wicked things are happening in Grantsville, Utah, you won’t want to miss! Check out pod tickets here! There are also options for single-day tickets for only $55, this will grant you access to the GA section directly behind the pods!

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