Singularity brings bass music back to Utah with three-night pod experience [Giveaway]
With 89 million Americans already fully vaccinated against COVID-19, calling would-be concertgoers “eager” to get back to the dance floor is a bit of an understatement. Thanks to Singularity, a live, three-day experience from Music Mutiny Collective that’s bringing bass music back to the Southwest, attendees will have the opportunity to do just that, from the safety of their own pods.
Presented in collaboration with SoEpic, the innovative new experience is scheduled to touchdown at Utah Motorsports Campus from April 30 – May 2 and will enable music lovers to purchase general admission pod passes for themselves and their friends to enjoy the shows together. The pods are fitted 10 ft by 10 ft sections that accommodate up to five people per pod. Pod passes are available for $275 per day (or $55 per person); however, groups of eight (maximum) can be accommodated for an additional fee.
Headlined by acts like GHOST RYDR (JOYRYDE and Ghastly), 12th Planet, and NGHTMRE, Singularity’s lineup is stacked to the stratosphere. Additional acts include Dr. Fresch, Bijou, PEEKABOO, WHIPPED CREAM, and the always kinetic Habstrakt, who together guarantee three days of nonstop bass drip.
Given that several events have been cancelled just days after the announce of their return, it can understandably be difficult for fans to get excited about an upcoming show. With that said, Music Mutiny Collective brings a proven track record to the table, reporting a total of zero COVID-19 cases following their previous pod event in September of 2020. As such, those attending Singularity can expect the event to adhere to all local and state health mandates, and should prepare to follow these guidelines when on the grounds.
For more information about the event and the safety guidelines, visit Singularity’s official website. To top things off, Dancing Astronaut has partnered with Mutiny Music Collective to giveaway a pod pass (for five people) on a night of choice.
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