The second day of Bigfoot Electro Music Festival started out HEAVY with Riddim Professor setting the tone for the day – keeping the vibe going from Day 1. With music going all night long at the VIP Stage and throughout the campgrounds, it was a happy surprise to see everyone ready to go again so soon. Everyone definitely came to this festival to party, and Saturday’s vibes were immaculate.
Top 5 Performers
By the end of the festival, any attendee you asked “Who were your favorite artists you’ve seen so far?” Every. Single. Person. Listed Toadface. I promise, there was not a single person who did not mention his set.
During the day, a lot of the party moved around from the main stage to the campgrounds, and back again, but Toadface seemed to bring everyone out from the campgrounds to not only warm up the stage, but the crowd as well.
Keeping the energy high, DMVU brought the aggression of the night. There’s four words that sum his set up easily: bass in your face.
3. The Widdler
Keeping it heavy while taking things down a notch, The Widdler delivered a vibrant but chill bass experience for attendees.
To put it simply: Zingara was awesome. While female artists averagely account for 30% or less of line-ups, it was really awesome to see Bigfoot Electro looking to challenge those ratios and be as inclusive as possible. In addition to attendees absolutely raving about Toadface, Zingara was definitely the follow-up to blow everyone’s minds for the day.
5. Sacred Snow
Wrapping up the mainstage for the night, Sacred Snow brought a different presence to the stage. Incorporating the live element of her singing, her performance was reminiscent of an early-on Alison Wonderland. An awesome personal touch her team added, was management saying thank you to the loyal crowd members individually with gifts such as stickers and other merch.