Headlining act Zeds Dead had to have their performance at Ubbi Dubbi Festival cut short due to a flash thunderstorm. The festival took to Twitter to explain the situation to fans and notify them that the afterparties would still take place.
Luckily for attendees of the inaugural Ubbi Dubbi Festival, the thunderstorm politely waited until the end of the festival to show its face. The promoter has stated that the second day of the festival will not be affected by day one's early ending.
Fans of Zeds Dead were not completely out of luck as the Canadian bass duo joined NGHTMRE on stage for a B2B at an afterparty at The Yard in Fort Worth. The duo's label Deadbeats was tapped to host a stage at the festival and feature some of the best in bass music.
Other artists featured on the two-day Texas festival include Galantis, Illenium, Tchami, SLANDER, and more. Ubbi Dubbi Festival started on April 27th and runs through today, April 28th at the Panther Island Pavilion in Ft Worth, Texas.
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