April 18th, 2016


Bassnectar @ Moods of the Madison 2016We are making a long overdue return to headline the 3rd year of Moods Of The Madison, July 15+16 in Ennis MT.

For more info visit moodsofthemadison.com or click below for all ticket options.

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10 Responses to “JULY 15-16, 2016 – BASSNECTAR @ MOODS OF THE MADISON (ENNIS, MT)”
  1. Evan O'Malley says:

    Looks like the perfect stop on the way to Bass Center 2016!!!

  2. Joshua says:

    Funny that you have that video about inequality and shit about women, but look at how most of them dress at your shows dude. It’s not like women will want to stop wearing make up and tight fitting clothes all of a sudden and understand that all that they “do” to look pretty is RAPING this earth of its natural beauty…
    But the upside. You’re right. There should be equality of all people. That won’t happen because of everyone’s universal sized ego that they don’t want to give up for “survival” or “fitting in”

    • colleen says:

      Joshua, I’m deleting your comment due to the highly offensive, sexist and triggering language you used. You can have your opinion but you can’t talk like that on here. Your comparison of a woman wearing tight-fitting clothing to RAPE is disgusting and so incredibly ignorant, I can’t even begin to fathom why you thought it would be okay to say something like that on here or in general.

      apparently you have no understanding of the capitalist society you so often lament. women have beauty products shoved down their throats constantly by the media and by the companies creating those products — and yet the consumers are the ones harming the earth? you really think we “don’t want to stop using them” out of vanity or ego? are you kidding me? you never stopped to consider that just perhaps women use products/wear clothing that are often harmful to ourselves and to the earth because they have been conditioned from the time they hit puberty to believe that their sole purpose on this earth is to look pretty and skinny and appeal to the male gaze?

      further, that you would suggest that “the way women dress at [bassnectar] shows” somehow contradicts that women should be treated equally is, again, sexist and ridiculous. please keep that shit to yourself. the way a woman dresses has nothing – NOTHING – to do with how she should be treated. a woman’s personal choice in the way she dresses is not related in any way to her self-respect nor the respect she deserves to be treated with. your suggestion otherwise is flat out wrong.

      and finally, the fact that you ended this offensive tirade by claiming that you believe “there should be equality for all people” goes to show how completely self-unaware you are in the sense that your language was completely alienating toward the entire female section of this planet. if you think this is the way to get people’s attention to help you affect positive change in and for this world, you’re not going to get very far. you’ve left a lot of your opinions as well as menacing comments all over the site for weeks now — this one goes way too far.

  3. shanebasshead says:

    rising appalachia doe… am i r i t e ?

  4. Lara says:

    I’m visiting my brother in montana and surprised him with tickets! This is his first festival and first bassnectar experience. He’s really looking forward to it! I can’t wait to run around like little kids again and introduce him to my favorite artist 😀

  5. shanebasshead says:

    If any1 is in the area come participate in exchange for admission 😀 http://www.sibbz.com/#!moods-of-the-madison-volunteer-page/b1xvo

  6. shanebasshead says:

    IF anyone out there needs a ride from Bozeman to the festival & back there is a shuttle service :: https://www.sharethebus.com/events/moods

  7. BassKeeganHead says:

    Are there even any bass heads in Montana??

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