Rail camping has quickly become one the more controversial topics when dealing with different music festivals around the world.
If you’ve been to any Bassnectar show before, you’re probably familiar with rail campers lining up hours before he’s set to go on stage. Nothing will get in the row rail campers from being front row to see one their favorite artists perform live.
Recently, Okeechobee vowed to clear its rails before every show following 2016’s mishaps when multiple people were involved in a fight due to people “fighting for the rail” (videos below).
Just recently some today’s biggest bass music artists spoke out against rail riding as well. So we asked our readers, should rail camping be banned? Here’s how you voted.