[Updated] Bassnectar’s Freestyle Sessions shut down indefinitely due to venue issues
Update: As of writing time on Sunday, June 9, Freestyle Sessions has been relocated to the Denver Coliseum. Sunday and three-day pass holders can use their tickets for entry, while Saturday pass holders will be refunded. Bassnectar posted a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to his team and his fans for their work to resurrect the event and for their patience through the relocation process.
Those making their way to Broomfield, Colorado for Bassnectar’s Freestyle Sessions were met with bad news today, June 8 when advised that the second and third days of the annual extravaganza had been cancelled until further notice. Bassnectar stated on his Instagram when breaking the news that “a sudden and unexpected systems malfunction” at the venue, First Bank Center, had lead to an immediate week-long shut down for repair. The team is currently working on solutions for the negative turn of events, with promises to keep guests updated.
Freestyle Sessions began on Friday, June 7 with no known issues at the time. Supporting acts affected by the shutdown include J:Kenzo, Shades, The Librarian, and more. The Sessions are special edition shows by Bassnectar, where the innovative bass figurehead often treats fans to surprising, deep cuts and other stylings not often heard during his standard tour stops.