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CharlestheFirst & Friends Explore Newly Discovered Territory at Terry Bison Ranch

We’re back!

We are only a week away from one of the first large-scale general admission curated events since the beginning of quarantine. The lineup CharlestheFirst has curated for Terry Bison Ranch mirrors some of the choice festival lineups of the year. After Subtronics’ most recent event on site, the team looks to build on and improve the newly discovered location. On Friday night, the main stage features artists including Black Carl!, Huxley Anne, Esseks, Tsuruda, and EPROM.

Fusing his organic hip hop roots with lush and experimental electronic composition, CharlestheFirst has developed a danceable style steeped in dreaminess and psychedelia. Born in 1996 in the Sierra Nevada mountains, Charles has been heavily influenced by nature and the adventure that coincides with it.

Night Two is where things get interesting. Charles has invited the other pieces to his Lab Group Puzzle, Supertask, and Potions to set the energy for Saturday night. Queen Khiva will be blessing us with a deep, dark set as well. With an extra step into the unorthodox, the team threw in a Yheti set with live visuals from Shields, who has been working tirelessly to curate a unique visual experience. Soaring up and comer, VCTRE rounds out the opening acts with tracks like his latest collaboration with Minnesota, “Not a Trend.”

Stay for the Renegade

As a treat for those who choose to camp, Terry Bison Ranch is going to have a late-night sound camp that rivals the main stage. Designed by Towr Media and Unify Mountain Sounds, the after-hour rig is powered by Hennessey Sound Design. It will feature a second set from Potions and a couple of very welcome additions including Chee, kLL sMTH, and Of The Trees. Each artist will be playing a unique set with Of the Trees said to be spinning liquid drum and bass, garage, and house. Featured on each night’s late lineup are secret guests, which many speculate to add up to a Lab Group set!

You must have an event camping pass to attend the late-night sets, so make sure to buy one here!

In addition, Terry Bison Ranch includes a train ride where you can feed bison, wild roaming peacocks, and an ostrich! Food is handled by an on-site cafe, and a Restaurant with a solid BBQ buffet if you get hungry. You can also catch a selection of food vendors hand picked to be featured inside the stage area.

Hear from the featured artists below!

Traveling options

Flying into Laramie Regional Airport is 50 minutes down the road from Cheyenne, which is about twenty minutes away from the venue. Flying into Denver, the venue is just north for 90 minutes on I25.

COVID-19 Guidelines

In just seven days, we’ll be experiencing one of the best bass music lineups we have seen in over a year! Get your tickets HERE while you still can!

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