In A State Of Bliss

With festival season in full swing, there are music events happening all over the world featuring all genres of music…except one. Trance as a genre is often underrepresented in the dance music scene with events featuring more mainstream pop and bass music, even though trance fans are some of the most passionate and dedicated fans around. Don’t get too discouraged though, as USC Events has trance fans covered with their second installment of Bliss, their premier trance music festival.

Last year we were awakened to what a trance only festival held in the heart of Seattle would be like, and this year we return for Bliss: Transcendence. The second year of Bliss, held at the WAMU Theater, features Markus Schulz, Ace Ventura, Andrew Bayer b2b Ilan Bluestone, Bryan Kearney, Sneijder, Menno De Jong, and Nifra for a night of dance music that spans most sub-genres of trance music.

Bliss: Transcendence is shaping up to be every trance lovers dream festival and with USC Events’ world class level of production, with such a stacked lineup, at the best venue in Seattle, I think you can count on being in a constant state of bliss the entire event. For us here at OTB, Ace Ventura is going to be the set to catch of the night – make sure to get your breaks out of the way before he goes on. His deeper darker sounds and familiarity of psytrance have peaked our interest and excitement.

Bliss: Transcendence is happening this Saturday, May 6th, at the WAMU Theater in Seattle. Limited tickets are still available. Pick up yours today so that you don’t miss out on the premier North-West trance music festival.

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Matthew Jager
From LA to Seattle, the West Coast has always been my home and I take great pride in the music scene we have here. Bass music is my first love, but in reality I love and appreciate all types of music...besides country. Let the music talk. You just have to be ready to listen.
Matthew Jager
- 3 weeks ago
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