KSHMR to Debut New Album at Insomniac’s Park N Rave


Love KSHMR and want to hear his forthcoming album Harmonica Andromeda live? Head to Insomniac’s Park N Rave in March!

Insomniac has been hard at work, curating unique showcases for dance music lovers who choose to attend the Park N Rave concert series in Southern California. Each passing edition has featured a number of talented names who have played their hearts out to the socially distanced crowd, and now they’re looking to deliver yet another stunner in March with KSHMR joining in on the fun.

Set to take place on Friday, March 19, KSHMR’s takeover of the Park N Rave won’t just be your standard performance. Instead, he’ll be showcasing his upcoming album Harmonica Andromeda in style as an extra added treat for his biggest fans. Announced earlier this year with the release of “The World We Left Behind,” it follows KSHMR’s success in 2020 with the launch of Dharma Studio and his side project Dreamz.

Related: Want an inside look at what the experience is like before you make your decision to attend the show? Check out our review from the debut edition with Maceo Plex and the Kayzo show as well!

Each car pass grants entry for up to five people, with additional companion upgrades available for a maximum of eight total. Gates open an hour and a half before the scheduled show time and you MUST be at the venue before it begins, 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 KSHMR Park N Rave will be available on Monday, February 15 at 12pm PT. Head over to the Park N Rave website to purchase passes and let us know if you plan to attend in the comments!

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