Nashville is the last place Bassheads might expect to experience Bassnectar live. But while Music City is better known for twang than whomp, its 11,000 capacity Bridgestone Arena is set to host the high priest of low end on December 31. The kicker? Citric Acid Entertainment, my newly launched talent agency, is providing a crew of roving performers for the event. It's true. I've known Lorin Ashton, the man behind the Cousin Itt locks, for a dozen years now and I couldn't be more amped about his ascension. While I got to gazelle stilt at 1st Bass Center in Colorado a couple years back, this is the first time I've gotten hired to provide an entire team. There will be nine of us in all—stilters, roller girls, a glow prop wizard, a “hoop-notist” and a parkour gymnast/videographer. One dancer and two Knoxville-based skaters are meeting us in Nashville; the rest of us are driving out from Colorado. T-minus 11 days to #facemeltgasm. Let the countdown commence.