Nearly two years ago, electronic music wunderkind Porter Robinson held his inaugural Second Sky Music Festival in Oakland, California and received rave reviews for his performances under his main alias and Virtual Self project.
In the time since, as the world crumbled under lockdown due to safety measures surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Robinson hosted two streaming iterations of the festival, cleverly coined Secret Sky. The second of those streams took place last weekend, and Porter's stunning set can be watched on YouTube.
Now, Robinson has announced the grand return of the live in-person event. The return of Secret Sky will go down September 18th and 19th at Cesar E. Chavez Park in Berkeley, California.
Fans can register for early access to tickets at the official Second Sky webpage, where they can also opt in for mobile and email updates for more details on the festival.
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