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Bassic Fridays

Sub.mission, Reload, & Beta Nightclub introduce a new weekly injection of bass to your life. A dedicated night that will push the Funktion-One sound to the limits. This collaboration between Denver’s leading dubstep promoter, the longest & strongest Drum and Bass promoter, and the #1 Club in North America promises to provide only the best of the low-end bass spectrum genres. Prepare to meditate on bassweight as we set the standard with Bassic Fridays!

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