Porter Robinson set to play ‘Worlds Live’ set at Second Sky festival
It has been almost five years since Porter Robinson released his ‘Worlds’ album, which still to this day invokes the same emotions as it did when it was originally released. The album, which includes tracks like ‘Divinity’, ‘Sea of Voices’ and ‘Sad Machine’, was only the beginning of a continuous run of great productions by Porter. The album still ignites emotion into the hearts of listeners and fans everywhere. What’s more is that Porter will have a “World’s Live” show during his performance at Second Sky Festival.
This weekend marks the inaugural Second Sky Festival, an event designed and organized by Porter Robinson. The festival will be this weekend, on June 15th and June 16th, at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland, California. Porter hand-picked every artist that is included in the festival lineup. Originally, the festival was only scheduled to be one day, but after an intense subscription from Porter Robinson fans, he decided to add a second day which sold out just as quickly as the first. Porter will revisit some of the tracks from his ‘Worlds’ record during the festival this weekend, which will surely be a treat to his fans.
Porter Robinson has also announced that the first day of the festival, Saturday, June 15th will be live streamed. Tune into the Second Sky Festival live stream in partnership with Twitch starting at 4 pm PT through 10 pm PT. You can live stream the event which ends with Porter’s headlining slot featuring the return of his groundbreaking “Worlds Live” show. Live stream fans will also have the ability to donate to the Robinson Malawi Fund in real time. He will also have a booth set up at the festival grounds for those who would like to donate to the fund.
Porter Robinson will also be doing an opening set of both days of the festival in order to encourage fans to arrive at the festival when gates open. Second Sky Festival is sold out for both days. Anyone who isn’t attending the festival can live stream the event here.