Thunderdome brings 2 days of EDM to Tacoma Dome in 2022


The Thunderdome EDM extravaganza will arrive at the Tacoma Dome next year.

The Thunderdome EDM extravaganza will arrive at the Tacoma Dome next year.

The News Tribune

For two days in early February, the Tacoma Dome will transform into The Thunderdome, an EDM (electronic dance music) sound and light show produced by Canadian DJ Jeff Abel, better known as Excision.

Tickets for the February 4 and 5 show are on sale now on the event website. A two-day pass costs $ 125.30. The website says day tickets are also available.

Friday’s lineup (February 4) includes Excision, 12th Planet, Riot Ten B2B Blunts & Blondes, Bear Grillz, YOOKiE B2B Calcium, Vampa and Jeanie.

The lineup for Saturday (February 5) includes Excision, Liquid Stranger, ATliens, Dion Timmer B2B Kompany, He $ h B2B Bommer, Ray Volpe and Francis Derelle.

The Thunderdome last performed at the Tacoma Dome on January 31 and February 1, 2020. The tour was ultimately sunk by the pandemic.

Now he’s been resurrected with a new list of security and pandemic restrictions.

Some of them prohibit moshing, crowd surfing or stage diving.

Although lasers are widely used during the show, personal lasers are prohibited.

Other prohibited items include hoops, pacifiers, markers, paint, chains, stickers, drones, dolls, electronic cigarettes, weapons, balloons, or chairs. The full list is much longer. Read the full list on the Tacoma Dome website.

Glowsticks will be permitted but must be in their original packaging.

Totems are allowed but they must be inflatable or constructed of foam and cannot exceed 10 feet.

Recent additions to the state’s COVID-19 warrants require proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative FDA-approved COVID-19 molecular or antigen test performed within the last 72 hours before entry to Tacoma Dome is not allowed. Customers under the age of 12 will not be required to show proof of a negative test.

This story was originally published November 19, 2021 5:00 a.m.

Craig Sailor has worked for The News Tribune since 1998 as a writer, editor and photographer. He previously worked for The Olympian and for other newspapers in Nevada and California. He graduated in journalism from San Jose State University.


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