Ubbi Dubbi is returning in 2021 with camping, release second phase line-up
Like most festivals in the year 2020, DFW’s Ubbi Dubbi has been put through the wringer. After a wildly successful inaugural year in downtown Ft. Worth, the Disco Donnie-run springtime massive had to face the music and cancel their 2020 event. They decided to combine the event with their Halloween season off-shoot, Freaky Deaky, which eventually had to call itself due to worsening COVID infection rates. After releasing the 2021 line-up for Ubbi Dubbi’s return on April 24 through 25, the folks at Disco Donnie have announced that the upcoming edition will host camping.
Camping has always been in our sights for Ubbi Dubbi. This venue checked all of the boxes for a festival venue and camping location, and the venue has hosted many camping events in the past. We’re very excited to add camping to the Ubbi Dubbi experience for the first time ever,” Disco Donnie said.
Disco Donnie also announced the festival will move to Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas, and features a range of on-site camping options. Festival camping will be offered to fans on Friday, April 23, through Sunday, April 25, to allow fans to enjoy an extra full day before the festival opens. Camping facilities will be available as part of a separate package requiring a separate admission bracelet, in addition to the regular festival wristband.
As usual, the festival features an incredible lineup featuring the most-celebrated names across the electronic music spectrum. The line-up includes Adventure Club, CamelPhat, Destructo, Justin Jay, Green Velvet, Kaskade, Illenium, LSDREAM, LUCZID, Rusko, Shiba San, Seven Lions, Tiga, Zomboy, and many more.
To help keep fans healthy, the 2021 edition will also feature 50% capacity with masks being required by all. Those interested in attending Ubbi Dubbi Gets Freaky Deaky can find more information on their website.
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