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SVDDEN DEATH’s Summoning Of The Eclipse Expands To 3 Days With Jaw-Dropping Lineup

The official dates and lineup are here for SVDDEN DEATH’s second Summoning of the Eclipse festival at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee.

This time around, bass heads will get a chance to “summon” a real eclipse, when the festival takes place from October 13-15, 2023 – coinciding with the annular solar eclipse that will cross North America on October 14.

SVDDEN DEATH will headline the festival with three different daily sets, including a performance from his harrowing VOYD alias, equipped with meticulously planned visuals, lighting, and theatrical stunts.

The other two headline sets at Summoning are shrouded in mystery with a never-before-seen act called Masterhand set for a debut performance with guesses as to who will be on stage circling online. Notable speculations on Reddit include REZZ B2B VOYD and a B3B with SVDDEN DEATH, Space Laces, and Eptic.

The third headliner has yet to be announced.

Other high-profile acts on the Summoning lineup include Belgian performer Apashe, “Country Riddim” producer HOL!, dubstep artist Kai Wachi, and even more heavy-hitting bass from Must Die! and Space Laces.

Bringing a bit of variety to the bill will be UK trio Gentlemens Club and a stateside debut from Drum & Bass maniac Hedex. Special guest Kill Safari (Kill The Noise B2B Bro Safari) will also make an appearance.

Summoning of the Eclipse will also host a Thursday pre-party with Infekt, Leotrix, and more. More information regarding afterparties will be released at a later date.

Attendees will be required to pre-register for general on-sale ticket access here. There is no pre-sale for Summoning of the Eclipse 2023. 

Registration is available until Thursday, August 10 at 5PM CT, at which time access codes will be sent. On-sale will begin on Friday, August 11 at 12PM CT at the festival’s official website.

Check out the colossal Summoning of the Eclipse 2023 lineup in its entirety below.

Featured image from Summoning of the Eclipse. Credit: Oh Dag Yo Photography.

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Peter Volpe

Journalism student at The Ohio State University who loves beeps and boops!

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