Pittsburgh Event

Safe In Sound Festival Hits Pittsburgh Nov 18th

safe-in-sound-squareSafe In Sound Festival is the biggest touring festival of its kind. The bass heavy tour featuring sound system legends, PK Sound, is back for its third annual run touching down in over 25+ cities across the states. I thought it might be of interest to you that Safe In Sound will be coming to Pittsburgh on Friday November 18th to take over the Diesel Club Lounge.

The lineup for the Pittsburgh stop is:

Borgore (Headlining)

Snails (Co Headlining)

The one of a kind, bass crazed, Rockstar Energy Drink Presents Safe In Sound Festival is back for its third year running. The festival is set to tour the United States, kicking off in Houston, Texas early September and will run its course with over 25 stops including cities such as Dallas, Chicago, New York City, and many more across the states. Per usual, the festival is bringing along the sound system legends, PK Sound to handle and gracefully share the sonic madness of the bass that Safe In Sound is known for.

Borgore will be overseeing most stops of the festival, with special guest headliners such as Flux Pavilion, Brillz, Zomboy, Slander, SNAILS, Ookay, and NGHTMRE.  Additional support comes from electronic acts such as Terravita, Dirtyphonics, Must Die!, and a handful of others. There’s something refreshing about one day festivals, especially those that tour so don’t miss your chance to get yourself wrapped up in some bass driven. Tickets for all announced dates are available for purchase, below is the ticket link with the dates listed. Please note that more dates will be announced.

Safe In Sound is proud to welcome its partners and sponsors Rockstar Energy Drink, Aircom Audio, Cosmic Fog, Sound Rink and Peta2.

Tickets Here

10/31 – Kansas City MO – Arvest Bank Theater
11/4 – Broomfield (Denver) CO – 1st Bank Center
11/18 – Pittsburgh PA –  Diesel

11/19 – Atlanta GA – Atlanta Coliseum
11/25 – Sacramento CA – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
11/26 – Berkeley CA – UC Theater
+ many more TBA