Concerts

Safe in Sound Festival Brings Adventure Club, Flux Pavilion, and Ear-Bursting Bass

Do you like bass? Are you so dedicated to the lower register that you'd haul your own 150,000-wat rig around the country, then shove the ear-bleeding sounds of Adventure Club, Destroid, Flux Pavilion, and more through the speakers and totally wreck lives?

That takes a lot of effort, and most people can't do that, but the engineering minds of PK Sound can, and they did. You just have to like bass enough to come check it out at Cinema Club this Saturday, Oct. 4.

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Safe in Sound is the first festival of its kind, it's kind being entirely dedicated to the gnarliest collection of bass music you've ever heard in your life. Saturday's line-up touts the previously mentioned headliners, plus special support from trap lord UZ and bass juggernauts Terravita.

With 150,000-watts of pure bone-shattering decibels, it's almost like you could just play anything anyway.

"Knowing this is the first ever touring bass music festival of this caliber and the first time my PK family unleashes their brand new sound system, people are going to lose their shit!" Excision said in a press release.

If you don't know who Excision is, this might not be the tour for you.

Safe In Sound Festival featuring Adventure Club, Destroid, Flux Pavilion, UZ, and Terravita. Saturday, Oct. 4, at Club Cinema, 3251 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach. Ages 16 and up. The party starts at 6 p.m., and tickets cost $40 to $75 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Call 954-785-5225 or visit clubcinemalive.com.

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.