Set to take place on Panther Island in Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday, April 27th and Sunday, April 28th, Ubbi Dubbi is slated to be one of the springtime’s premier dance music events.
Based on the first wave of lineup announcements alone, Ubbi Dubbi was already shaping up to be one of the best new events of the upcoming season. The excellent second phase of artist announcements really puts things over the top.
Featuring a stage hosted by Zeds Dead's iconic Deadbeats imprint, Ubbi Dubbi offers festivalgoers a sampling of some of the hottest artists in bass music - such as Illenium, Zeds Dead, Borgore, NGHTMRE, SLANDER and Bear Grillz.
That said, Ubbi Dubbi is certainly not a niche offering. The festival also boasts an array of talent that will appeal to a wider audience of dance music lovers including artists like Galantis, Chris Lake, Tchami, What So Not, and so many more.
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As with all of its events, Disco Donnie Presents will deliver powerhouse, extravagant stage and lighting design throughout the weekend. A spokesperson on behalf of the festival has said:
"The Ubbi Dubbi phase two talent announcement aims to kick off 2019 strong by incorporating new genres and artists to help diversify the Ubbi Dubbi lineup. Our goal is to provide a little of everything for the fans — stay tuned for new surprises this spring."
For more information on Ubbi Dubbi, swing by the official site and check out the Festival Guide they've made available.
Don't wait too long and miss out on the first year of Ubbi Dubbi Festival. Secure your entry at the lowest available price and buy your tickets now.