Insomniac Announces Kayzo Park N Rave at NOS Events Center

Kayzo at Ultra Korea 2019

Insomniac is taking dance music lovers to the Doghouse with the Kayzo Park N Rave at the NOS Events Center on October 16-17.

Although the massive festivals and events that dance music lovers have come to love over the years might have been put on pause, promoters around the country continue to explore new ways to keep everyone’s live music cravings satiated. Now, after announcing that Maceo Plex would kick off the debut edition of their Park N Rave concert series at the NOS Events Center, Insomniac has unveiled the next artist set to perform on October 16-17: Kayzo.

For years now, Kayzo has been leaving fans stunned with his energetic style that incorporates everything from bass music to hard dance. Taking the virtual stage on Insomniac TV to showcase his Unleashed production during quarantine, he’s since announced a “pod” show in Arizona and that he’ll also be crossing the Pacific Ocean to take the stage during Ultra Korea. Further, he delivered a sensational EP dubbed The Year The World Stood Still that sees him team up with other artists like REAPER and Pixel Terror among others.

Each car pass grants entry for up to five people, with additional companion upgrades available for a maximum of eight total. Gates open at 5:30 PM and you MUST be at the venue before the show begins at 7 PM, so early arrival is strongly suggested as spots are on a first-come, first-served basis. Details and more FAQs on approved items, safety guidelines, and more can be found via Insomniac’s website.

Car Passes for the Kayzo Park N Rave will be available for purchase beginning at 3pm PT. Head over to their website to purchase passes, get more details, and let us know if you plan to attend in the comments!

Kayzo Park N Rave Lineup and Details:

Kayzo Park N Rave

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  1. Insomniac should be ashamed. Despite only offering a single artist, they still have the audacity to charge $200 a ticket. I guess this is the new born: radically reduced services for higher prices in a market with no alternative

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