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What to Expect: Bigfoot Electro Music Festival

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Bigfoot Electro Music Festival is the perfect memorial day getaway for any avid bass fan. Baggenstoss Farms, located on Monteagle Mountain in Tracy City, TN, is the host of the first annual three-day Bigfoot Electro Music Festival on Memorial Day 2020.

Photo by Anna Stephens

The first ‘underground’ music festival of its kind in the area, included some of the top EDM artists in the country such as YHETI and The Widdler.

What to expect: an impressive lineup of live-instrument performers, hip-hop artists and DJs from afternoon until evening.

With this being the first year of the festival, and taking into consideration the crazy year we’ve had, there was a good turn-out for the crowd. It was a rather small crowd, compared to most major festivals but it gave the event a very intimate vibe. Often times, you would run into someone you met at a show, or hung out with in the campgrounds. Another cool feat to the small, intimate, vibe was that a lot of the artists were hanging out themselves throughout the festival. We got to know several of them, and they were fun, super nice and welcoming people. That’s definitely not what usually happens at larger events.

Getting to the Festival

Getting to the festival was a breeze compared to most music festivals. With friendly staff to greet and help you with any questions you might have, our check-in process was easy.

Tour of the Festival Grounds

Dining Options

Campers seemed to have been grilling and preparing most of their food. While there were snacks and other necessities available at the festival’s General Store, The Pizza Machine (which was great) seemed to be the only option available near the festivities. We’d definitely recommend planning ahead your groceries if you plan on making the trek!

Our Final Thoughts?

This is definitely a music festival we would recommend for avid bass fans. The experience was unique in it’s own way, the community was extremely hospitable (including the staff), and the line-up left any bass fans feeling extreme FOMO if they weren’t there.

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