Insomniac Announces JSTJR & Friends Park N Rave Takeover


JSTJR is taking over Insomniac’s Park N Rave concert series at the end of March and bringing some of his closest friends along with him.

The warmer spring months are on the horizon and Insomniac is shaping up to bring even more sensational showcases to the Park N Rave concert series. Having already announced that KSHMR will be debuting his forthcoming album Harmonica Andromeda, they’ve now unveiled that JSTJR will be taking over the series to help close out the month of March.

Set to take place on Saturday, March 27, the JSTJR + Friends Park N Rave is sure to be filled with energetic tunes and plenty of fun. Over the past few years, JSTJR has ascended through the ranks of the scene at a rapid pace, backed by his fantastic releases, memorable sets, and of course his passion for tacos as well. While we don’t know who will be joining him for the evening, it’s set to be another memorable night at the NOS Events Center, so make sure to grab your passes soon.

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 JSTJR and Friends Park N Rave are available now. 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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