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The outdoor electronic dance and dubstep event of the summer — Bass Camp Lake Tahoe 2013 — will arrive for one sight, sound and sensory-driven night on Saturday, July 20 at MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa Outdoor Event Center.

The multimedia-charged concert will pump up the jam and lay down the beats with dance heavyweights Excision featuring The Executioner Video and Lighting, Installation, Adventure Club, Seven Lions, The M Machine, AndDrop! and Fiasko Daniels.

Hailing from British Columbia, headliner Excision will arrive at Tahoe South after a heavy spring rotation with The Excutioner Video and Lighting, celebrated at this year’s Coachella Festival.

Fiasko Daniels and AndDrop! both will be spinning at this year’s EDC Festival in Las Vegas, a coveted slot in the EDM world.

Together, the massive audio-visual-techno set will feature projector video-mapping that displays an impressive 420-square-foot true-3D digital animation screen that arrives with plenty of bass and all the beat. Excision will perform a live set that will simultaneously sync 100,000 watts of audio meshed with groundbreaking animated video.

The line-up for Bass Camp 2013 also features some of the biggest names in electronic dance music, including Adventure Club, a dubstep duo from Montreal; Seven Lions, one of the most sought-after producers in dance music; sound-music sensation The M Machine from San Francisco; Fiasko, who appeared at the post-Snow Globe after-party over New Year’s Eve at Lake Tahoe and AndDrop! which hit No. 1 with its debut EP “Boogaloo” on the Beatport Top 100 Releases chart in January 2013.

Lake Tahoe favorites Dead Robot and BeatKarma will open the show which will begin at 4 p.m. Tickets are $35 and available through Ticketmaster.com, TicketFly.com or the MontBleu box office at 888-829-7630.

For information on lodging packages, events, activities, accommodations and showroom entertainment call 888-829-7630 or visit montbleuresort.com.

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