Second Sky Music Festival 2021 Live Stream Info

Second Sky Music Festival 2019 Porter Robinson
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Don’t fret if you can’t make it to Oakland for the upcoming edition of Second Sky Music Festival because you can catch the stream on Sunday.

Porter Robinson has only further continued to cement his legacy in the scene over the past few years. Curating his very own festival, Second Sky, played a major role in that while his latest album Nurture exalted his status even higher. While last year’s edition of the curated event couldn’t go on according to plan and was relegated to the virtual world, this year saw the second edition of Secret Sky and the news that Second Sky would return as well.

Now, with just hours to go until the doors open for Second Sky Music Festival this year, the hype has reached an all-time high. Not only will Porter Robinson be joined by renowned artists like Madeon, Jai Wolf, Toro Y Moi, and Jon Hopkins, but others including Wavedash, Knower, and Jacob Collier are set to stun as well. And the cherry on top for this year’s edition is the debut of Air To Earth, Porter’s new alias that focuses on the progressive side of the dance music spectrum and is a performance-only project.

Porterfam from near and far are already making their way to Northern California to attend Second Sky (and don’t forget to check out our essential info guide if you are) – but there’s a treat for those who can’t make it this year. On Sunday, September 19, the festival will be livestreamed on YouTube so that everyone around the world can tune in and celebrate together. So if you’re looking for a great way to spend your Sunday, don’t sleep on this experience. Additionally, if you’re a YouTube Premium member there’s an exclusive after-party as well!

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