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Bass Jam announce double-headed low-end fest

2016 Dec 04     
2 Bit Thugs

Line-up includes Wiley, Redlight, DJ Zinc, Low Steppa, Mistajam and many more

It may only have been running since February, but Bolton club night Bass Jam has already established itself as a key stop on the UK's bass music itinerary, its events at the 3,000-capacity Macron Stadium spanning dubstep, D&B, grime, house and garage, and attracting top names like Katy B, Big Narstie, Sigma, Amine Edge & DANCE and many more. And now the Bass Jam crew are branching out, with not one but two large-scale events scheduled for 28 January.

The two events take place at Bolton's Macron Stadium and at the legendary Q Club in Birmingham, with tickets starting at £15, and the two line-ups are slightly different, although there's also a lot of crossover. If you're in Bolton, you can look forward to checking out Wiley, Bugzy Malone, Redlight, Low Steppa, DJ Zinc, DJ SKT, Kideko, Jamie Duggan, Brian Murphy and Just Jorge. An hour or two down the M6 in Birmingham, meanwhile, you'll find Wiley, Bugzy Malone, Mistajam, DJ SKT, 99 Souls, Kideko, Jamie Duggan, Official Nancie and Rue Jay & George Kafetzis.

And yes, that is a bit confusing! So just to recap: if you want to see Redlight, Low Steppa and DJ Zinc, go to Bolton; if you want to see Mistajam and 99 Souls, go to Birmingham. Oh, and the Bolton party runs from 9pm-5am, while the Birmingham do is from 10am-6am.

Pic: Kyle Mcloughlin Photography

 

 

 

 

Tags: Bass Jam, Macron Stadium, Q Club, Birmingham, Bolton, Wiley, Bugzy Malone, Redlight, Low Steppa, DJ Zinc, DJ SKT, Kideko, Jamie Duggan, Brian Murphy, Just Jorge, Mistajam, 99 Souls, Official Nancie, Rue Jay & George Kafetzis