The Ubbi Dubbi schedule this year is one of the best ever, and there’s plenty of artists outside of the headliners that are worth seeing.
Ubbi Dubbi in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas made history last April as the first festival back after the pandemic. Ubbi Dubbi 2022 is picking up right where they left off last year with an amazing lineup and three stages of EDM daily from 3 PM-12 AM.
Held at Panther Island Pavilion in Forth Worth, Ubbi Dubbi is a two day festival from April 23-24. It is headlined by Excision, Tiesto, Zeds Dead, Alison Wonderland, and Diplo. The festival will have three stages: Ubbi Stage (main stage), Dubbi Stage (bass stage), and Zoom Room (house stage).
While the biggest names on the Ubbi Dubbi lineup are impressive, there’s also several can’t-miss artists on the schedule during the afternoon and early evening. With many different genres are represented, Ubbi Dubbi 2022 will be another unforgettable weekend from Disco Donnie Presents. Tickets to Ubbi Dubbi are still available but are over 90% sold out (and include an NFT with every purchase).
Ubbi Dubbi 2022 Set Times:
Ubbi Dubbi Schedule – Top Friday Artists:
Decadon, Ubbi Stage, 3:00-3:50 PM
Decadon describes his style as “bridging the gap between Rock N Roll and Bass Music”. His performances often feature live guitar with a combination of EDM and several other genres. Decadon had one of the most underrated sets at Sunset Music Festival 2021, and we can expect the same at Ubbi Dubbi 2022.
Kumarion, Dubbi Stage, 3:45-4:45 PM
Known for his boundary pushing bass music, Kumarion is one of the few sets at the festival that will mainly feature drum n bass. He recently collaborated with Dirt Monkey and has been supported by RL Grime, JOYRYDE, Feed Me, and Madeon.
Kyle Kinch, Zoom Room, 4:30-5:30 PM
Kyle Kinch a house DJ/producer that often releases music on Gorgon City’s REALM Records. Supported by the likes of Camelphat, Fisher, and David Guetta, Kinch is on his way to becoming a household name in house music. He recently performed at Dirtybird CampINN and both the Insomniac and Solotoko pool parties during Miami Music Week.
Au5 and Chime’s performance on main stage is one for the dubstep purists. Au5 is recognized across all genres for his innovative sound design and production techniques. Chime is a melodic bass music producer that incorporates intense creativity in his tracks. This is a b2b that you can’t miss if you enjoy the more refined and thoughtful styles of heavy electronic music.
Trivecta, Ubbi Stage, 6:20-7:20 PM
Trivecta’s melodic bass music style has made him one of the most popular artists on Seven Lions’ Ophelia Records for good reason. Trivecta has a way of mixing emotion with a combination of future bass, dubstep, and more that fits perfectly on the label. He often works with Wooli and has a debut album coming later this year.
Kyle Walker, Zoom Room, 6:30-7:30 PM
Kyle Walker is one of the top artists to see at Zoom Room on Friday before headliners John Summit and Dom Dolla. He has releases on some of the genre’s biggest labels like Club Sweat, Repopulate Mars, and Sink or Swim. Walker has been chosen by Carnage as an opener for his Gordo sets and just played 6 shows during Miami Music Week 2022.
Ubbi Dubbi Schedule – Top Saturday Artists:
MEMBA, Dubbi Stage, 5:30-6:25 PM
A diverse project that combines trap, future bass, and more, MEMBA describe themselves as a “world-influenced exploration of rhythm, contrast, and the unexpected”. Their 4-piece ‘PHASES’ EP series from last year captures a unique combination of hip-hop, electronic music, and more. MEMBA is one of the highlights on a day of experimental bass music at the Dubbi Stage.
Regard, Ubbi Stage, 6:20-7:20 PM
Regard’s 2019 hit “Ride It” has been streamed over a billion times on Spotify alone. It doesn’t get much better than Regard when it comes to a mix of house music with a mainstream EDM feel. His performance at last year’s Spring Awakening festival was one of my favorites. Expect Regard to bring a positive vibe to his main stage set at Ubbi Dubbi.
Bleu Clair, Zoom Room, 7:15-8:15 PM
Originally based in Indonesia, Bleu Clair has been one of the fastest rising house artists over the last few years. His unique bass house style has led to support from DJ Snake, Skrillex, and Diplo. His 2021 ‘Prelude’ EP on Insomniac Records captures his one-of-a-kind sound.
INZO, Dubbi Stage, 8:25-9:25 PM
With a dreamy and spiritual approach to bass music, INZO will throw down one of the most unique sets at the Dubbi Stage on Sunday. He has provided direct support for LSDream on several stops of his tour this year and brings a similar style of experimental bass. Hailing from Chicago, INZO had an unforgettable set at last year’s North Coast Music Festival.