Porcupine Plain, SK
Jun 1, 2023 - Jun 4, 2023
The thaw associated with Spring has always represented growth and new life. Since ancient times the promise of summer has brought communities together in all forms of celebration, from the Egyptian celebrations of the rising Nile, to the ancient Druidic celebrations of the spring equinox, whose symbol of the egg gave meaning to the fertility and birth of the rising season. The melting snow, thawing rivers, blossoming flowers, and budding trees all give witness to this rise; a new and bountiful year. These days we can honour the coming prosperity of our bright future by returning to the traditions of our past. Every spring we can return to nature, to behold the glory of the shifting seasons and embrace the community that gathers at Bass in the Bush.
Bass in the Bush, a May long-weekend festival, complete with 18-hours per day of live music, performers, activities, and vendors, is located on a pristine quarter of land located near Porcupine Plain, Saskatchewan.
Every year, the electronic music festival season welcomes us with arms wide open. Festivals succeed at reshaping and recharging the vast majority of those who attend, allowing them to go out into the world and spread the profound love that is felt and shared there. This is the type of love that a small group of people from Saskatoon latched onto five years ago and decided to bring back home.A small group of us recognized that the Saskatchewan community was missing a festival we could call home. This encouraged us to start our own event production company called Tracksluit Productions. Since 2013 we have been dedicated to bringing the best performances and creating the most immersive and enjoyable party experience in Saskatoon. We caught the imagination of all those involved and successfully developed a positive brand, image, and culture that people were eager to support.
You can purchase your tickets directly at the Bass in The Bush showpass page. Bass in the Bush is a 19+ event, ID will be checked at the gate. The available tickets are as follows:
Any vehicle entering the festival site must purchase a parking pass. Cash only at gate. $10 per vehicle and $25 per camper/trailer. There is a re-entry fee of $10 for any vehicle that leaves and re-enters the festival site.
The festival is located south of Porcupine Plain, SK. Follow highway 678 south of Porcupine Plain and as you get closer, there will be signs pointing you where to go. You can also follow the directions provided on the website.
If you do go, let us know what you think of Bass in The Bush! Drop us an email at email@example.com or sign up to our newsletter to hear about more Canadian music festivals coming soon.