American DJ Carnage was seeking to create music history with North America’s first-ever drive-in EDM festival, Road Rave. The festival was originally set to happen last weekend; however, event organizers felt delaying the event will protect music fans. The postponement also voices the importance of love and inclusivity within music culture. Road Rave had already hosted a similar drive-in festival in Phoenix on May 29-30 as well.
“As you know our country is going through some very tough times right now and out of respect for this powerful movement for equality we are postponing the Road Rave in Orlando, FL to June 20th,” Carnage said on Facebook. “It would not be right to take attention away from this movement. We need to stand united against racism and police brutality in this country. We will unite again, music heals and brings people together and I look forward to doing exactly that with you on June 20th.”
Orlando’s Road Rave sold out immediately – thanks to its stellar lineup which features artists, such as Carnage, Blunts & Blondes, Nitti Gritti, Riot Ten, Valentino Khan, SAYMYNAME, PAZ, and many more! Carnage will donate a generous portion of event proceeds to ANF Coronavirus relief fund.
Prior to arriving, please reference the CDC’s safety guidelines. Carnage planned Road Rave with safety being his number one priority. If guests neglect to follow the enforced safety restrictions, the festival staff will escort you off of the fairgrounds. Some of the event rules include social distancing and wearing a mask outside of your vehicle.
Tickets for the new date
Fans who have purchased tickets for the original date will be honored admission to the event’s new date, June 20, 2020. However, patrons that are unable to attend Road Rave’s new dates may request a refund.
For all other event updates, reference Road Rave’s informational page. Hopefully everything will be better by the time June 20th arrives.