Sound Haven releases huge first phase of their 2021 lineup: Mersiv, Jansten, Desert Dwellers, & many more
Sound Haven has bounced back in 2021 to deliver a flawless first phase line up of incredible producers. As festival attendees travel with the Sacred Hive family back to Jaceland, located just outside Chattanooga, Tennessee, prepare for a weekend-long showcase with some of the top artists in the bass music scene.
Collaborators Jansten and Mersiv are set to co-headline Sound Haven’s 2021 event, taking place July 29 – August 1. With a whopping two sets from Mersiv, fans are hoping for the chance to possibly see a downtempo set over the weekend, although nothing has been announced or confirmed. Desert Dwellers will also be making an appearance as special guests to close the list of phase one headliners.
Continuing further down the lineup, our eyes only get bigger. SpicyBois family is running deep at Sound Haven this year, as MeSo, Space Wizard, Vibe Emissions, and many more labelmates playing over the weekend. One might think the lineup would start calming down eventually right? WRONG. Benji Robot, Resonant Language, Ternion Sound, Anglic Root, and so many more are going to be taking the stage with FunktionOne sound, for what is gearing up to be one of the best festival lineups of the summer.
Not only is this an incredible lineup, it’s only phase one. Attendees probably can’t even begin to imagine what Sacred Hive has in store for the rest of the weekend. Hopefully the addition of their brand new late-night jungle stage increases the possibility of secret sets and special b2b’s, but time will only tell.
We will be keeping a close eye on Sound Haven announcements for the the second phase, and will be providing more updates as details emerge. Take a look at the entire phase one lineup below.
Even though the vaccine rollout is fully underway, with summer quickly approaching music festivals and events continue to emphasize their covid-19 precautions. Sound Haven will be requiring proof of vaccination OR a negative test to enter, with rapid testing available on site. Face masks are also required, with high touch areas being sanitized frequently in addition to sanitization stations around the event.
You’d think this first phase was preparing for a full capacity event, however Sacred Hive is using proper caution, with a limited capacity of 25 percent. Make sure to grab tickets here before it’s too late!