5700 W North Loop Rd
Chandler, AZ 85226
Insomniac Events has been a consistently ground-breaking company for the dance music scene since its inception back in 1993. With over 20 years experience now and Pasquale Rotella proving he has one of the brightest minds in the entire industry, Insomniac’s reach has reached global magnitude with festivals such as Ultra making stops in a number of cities worldwide. In recent years, the company has utilized some of the more focused brands fulfill Pasquale’s insatiable craving for literally all styles of electronic music with projects such as Dreamstate and Bassrush taking charge. Dreamstate has arguably played the greatest role in the revival of the Trance scene in the United States curating stages and solo events for a handful of years now, while Bassrush does the same for the Bass community.
One of the biggest events coming up for the Insomniac crew is the Bassrush Massive alongside Relentless Beats which will be returning to Phoenix, Arizona early this May. Confirmed artists for Phoenix on May 6th thus far include headliners Adventure Club, Flux Pavilion, NGHTMRE, and Andy C with supporting acts to be announced in the coming weeks.
Rawhide Western Town & Event Center is located along the Gila River Indian Community and is the largest 1880’s Western-themed entertainment venue in the state of Arizona. The venue is about 20 miles south of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and plays home to several Relentless Beats events, including Mad Decent Block Party.
General admission tickets start at just $50 before fees with VIP tickets resting at $80 but is restricted to 21+ only. Tickets went on sale yesterday to the general public and GA tickets are available to those 18 and up.
Edit: Bassrush and Relentless Beats just announced the full lineup, making this event more than worth the money. Joining AC, Flux, NGHTMRE, and Andy C, will be Herobust, Phiso, SayMyName, and Tisoki. With the full lineup out, ticket sales have picked back up, so check the link and event page before it’s too late!