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Bassnectar brings his 1ST Bass Center to the 1STBANK Center this October

Update, 10/25/10: Read the review from this past weekend's show at 1STBANK Center.

Fresh off his appearance at this past weekend's Mile High Music Festival, Lorin Ashton, the man behind the electronic project Bassnectar, has announced plans to produce his first-ever arena show at the 1ST BANK Center at the end of October. Dubbed 1ST Bass Center, the festival will feature a community marketplace, a showcase of community organizations and roving performers, including Bassnectar, of course, as well as Dan Deacon, Brother Ali, Ott., Nosaj Thing, Emancipator and That 1 Guy on Saturday, October 23. Tickets for the event range from $35 to $39.75 and go on sale this Saturday, August 21, at 10 a.m.

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