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EarPeace Presents- Tokyo Dub

September 11, 2013

Moving outdoors for the first time, Tokyo Dub’s first festival is set to bring its famous bass heavy line ups to Castle Park, Bristol on September 28th. With a line up featuring both established and up & coming, international and local artists, Tokyo Dub promises to be an event not to be missed by those who like their bass vibrations bone rattlingly strong.

A celebration of dub and bass music, the event features 7 stages curated by some of the UK’s preeminent sound system promoters. Coupled with over 100 artists, 5000 people, and (fingers crossed), some nice weather… don’t miss out and make sure you book tickets early! Otherwise, there’s always next year…

To get in the mood for the festival, we have put together a Spotify playlist just for you featuring artists from the event (if the windows aren’t shaking, turn the bass up!).

For tickets & more information on Tokyo Dub, please visit: http://www.tokyodub.com

EarPeace will have a stand at the festival selling customized Tokyo Dub keychain cases, make sure you check us out!

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