We’re excited to announce that we, Pariah Reign, are covering Safe in Sound’s stop in Boise!
The touring festival, now in it’s third year, returns to the Revolution Concert House on October 19, 2016 to bring in a massive night of bass headliners far and wide.
This post will lay out all of the info you need to have a successful night at one of the biggest EDM events in Boise!
What to Expect
Tier one tickets start at $25. They sell out fast, so get on it!
It is rumored that the 150,000 watt PK Sound system will be present in Boise. However, the venue has certain sound regulations that prevents really loud bass. It’s still unclear whether the PK Sound system will be in Boise, or even if it’ll be turned up all the way.
Because of outdated liquor laws, the dress codes for Boise EDM shows are stricter than most of the country. Be prepared to cover up those booties and boobies. It’s dumb, but showing too much skin hurts local promoters and can prevent shows like Safe in Sound from coming to town. Visible buttcheek and nipples are no-no’s. Masks have been banned in the past.
Substances & Alcohol
It should go without saying, but illicit substances are banned from Safe in Sound. Please show respect to the artists and promoters by getting legally turnt, and not bringing illicit substances into the venue.
Full bar is available to those who are 21+.
A Message from Safe in Sound
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. Don’t miss your chance to get yourself wrapped up in some bass driven madness. 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.
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