Bellingham is known for many badass things, and FilthFest is one of them. A music festival centered around the biggest bass genres EDM has to offer, this year’s FilthFest 4.0 has just upped the ante, announcing 50 thousand watts of pure, reckless, earth-shattering bass. And who else to provide the floor-shaking filth better than two of the UK’s most prominent dubstep artists 50 Carrot and Soloman. These two incredible acts are also co-owners of the prestigious label, Gentlemen’s Club, along with fellow bass artist Coffi. If you aren’t already familiar with 50 Carrot and Soloman, here’s a little taste of what to expect at FilthFest 4.0. Watch below:
Alongside these UK phenoms, FilthFest 4.0 will play host to some of the best NW bass-fueled talent including INNIT (Bellingham/Seattle), Abstrakt Sonnance (Vancouver, B.C.), Corporate (Seattle), Dekka (Ellensburg) and Skarfon (Paris/Seattle) and more. On top of the music, FilthFest 4.0 boasts the ultimate visual and lighting experience from the best in the production game, Sensebellum. Expected to sell out with over 800 in attendance, FilthFest 4.0 is on track to be one of the best, stand-out shows of the Northwest this year. So whatever plans you already made for this April 25th, forget ’em. You’d rather sink into 50 thousand watts of the best drum&bass, glitch, grime and dubstep anyway. And don’t listen to your mom’s advice, either. This time, it is perfectly acceptable to roll around in pure, full-on filth.
Tickets for FilthFest 4.0 are on sale now via Brown Paper Tickets and can also be purchased at the door on the day of the event, but we recommend getting your tickets early for a discounted rate. If you are feeling extra lucky, you can enter our giveaway below!
Dirty Steve, Alex Bradley, Short-Wave, Ignelzi, Max Taylor, Connor De Leeuw, Owleks
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Mothership Glass, Iron Street Printing, Shift Dubstep, Sensebellum, Boogie Universal Arts Collective, Groove Merchant Northwest, and Bellinghamnitelife.com.