Midwest Fam! I don’t know about you but the announcement of not one, but TWO weekends of Infrasound this summer has my heart reeling right about now. A couple weeks ago, the beloved Infrasound shared they would be pushing back a full scale festival at max capacity to August 5th-7th, 2021. However, fans were told to keep the original dates, June 10th-12th, 2021 on lock for a special treat. This past weekend, Infrasound Family Reunion released a lineup that will serve 25% capacity at the magical Harmony Park Music Garden in Clarks Grove, Minnesota.
Get lost under the oldest and longest span of oak trees in North America with this wub-soaked lineup.
This is only the beginning for what’s in store at Infrasound 2021..
Where do we begin with this one? Headliners: EPROM, TRUTH, AND OF THE TREES! Help! We’re melting as the bass gods shine down upon us. Prepare for an artist showcase from Deep Dark Dangerous at the Harmonium, massive takeovers at The Pyramid, and a night of grounding at The Den. Three stages platformed with Funktion-One sound systems. Are we sure we’re ready for this? A line-up subject but not limited to: Mr. Bill, Supertask, ONHELL, VEIL, NotLö and A Hundred Drums.. Can someone please shut her up? Her as in me, because I am shaking at the fact of live music this year. SHEEEEESH!
Harmony Park holds up to 5,000 people at max capacity. Reduce that at 25% and you’ll get a sold out event in no time. Make sure you snag your tickets here!
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