Bass Coast reveals its first-wave lineup for 2024 festival

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      Merritt’s award-winning Bass Coast Festival is back for its 16th year in 2024, and today the first wave of artists has been revealed.

      The boutique music and arts fest, running from July 12 to 15, is promising a bevy of breakout performers and returning favourites.

      Performing a double header is Brooklyn-based rapper Leikeli47 along with Maine-based producer Of The Trees. A new host of electronic artists will make their Bass Coast debut, including Detroit soul-house phenom Ash Lauryn and UK garage/experimentalist brothers, Bakey—among many others. 

      “Spanning genres, continents, and eras, this electrifying roster of artists represents a bold leap into the future,” Bass Coast co-founder Andrea Graham says in a release. “This lineup showcases artists who are spearheading innovation and are masters of their craft.”

      There’s a whole lot more where that came from—with more artists for the popular festival to be announced in weeks ahead, plus news of art installations, mural artists, workshops, yoga classes, and more. 

      Here are the artists that have been announced so far:

      • Ash Lauryn
      • Bakey
      • Bianca Oblivion
      • Breaka
      • Cinthie
      • Conducta
      • Danny Daze
      • Digital
      • DJ Stingray 31
      • Introspekt
      • Ivy Lab
      • JPS
      • K+Lab
      • Kassian
      • Lazy Syrup Orchestra
      • Leikeli47
      • Magugu
      • Machinedrum
      • Mat the Alien
      • Mikey Lion
      • Of the Trees
      • Pluralist
      • Prosumer
      • Sam Binga
      • Sherelle
      • Shiba-San
      • Smalltown DJs
      • The Funk Hunters
      • The Librarian
      • Yung Singh
      • Youngsta

      Bass Coast Fesival 2024

      When: July 12 to 15

      Where: Merritt, BC

      Tickets: On sale now at basscoast.ca 

      Instagram: @basscoastfest

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