As the critically-acclaimed producer of “Spitfire” and “Worlds”, Porter Robinson recently announced his new alias, Virtual Self. As Virtual Self, he introduced this alias when he released a single titled “EON BREAK” on October 25, 2017.
Afterwards, he announced a new EP titled “Ghost Voices“, which he considered it as a “neotrance song“. Additionally, Porter Robinson is also the organizer of his own festival, Second Sky Festival, which will be on June 15th and 16th.
Porter Robinson’s Very Own Festival
In detail, the two-day festival’s location is in the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland, California. In fact, Second Sky Festival will feature the only “Worlds Live” set of 2019, the first time in two years. Porter Robinson had performed the “Worlds Live” set at past festivals including EDC Las Vegas and Ultra Music Festival.
Initially, Second Sky Festival was a one-day event before organizers decided to add another day because of high demand. When tickets went on sale for Second Sky Festivals’s Day one, tickets for that day sold out quickly. Therefore, the organizers added a second day and yet, tickets for the second day have run out as well.
Second Sky Festivals’s Lineup And Ticket Prices
Aside from Porter Robinson, his best friend and french DJ, Madeon, is also the second headliner at Second Sky. Other names in the lineup include Cashmere Cat, Kero Kero Bonito, G Jones, and Nina Las Vegas. Also performing at Second Sky are the opening acts of Anamaguchi, Chrome Sparks, and Wednesday Campanella.
In like manner, Porter Robinson will perform with Madeon and the other aforementioned artists on both festival days. Although the festival sold out, according to AXS, the tickets had ranged from $75 to $95. However, ticket websites such as Stubhub are still selling tickets and Stubhub’s ticket prices ranged from $180 to $247.
Additional Details On Second Sky Festival
Furthermore, attendees can take public transportation to Second Sky Festival via BART and the closest station is the West Oakland Station. Find out more. Likewise, the attendees can also arrive via a free shuttle from the West Oakland Station. For attendees that prefer ride sharing, there are ride-share vehicles that will drop them off at the designated onsite location.
On the Multiverse Fest website, attendees can find a list of hotels that are available for them to stay in during the festival. Moreover, accessibility and accommodations for attendees with disabilities can obtain ADA (American Disabilities Act) credentials at the venue’s Access Center. In conclusion, the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park venue opens at 12:00 P.M. on both of the festival days.
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