Porter Robinson‘s inaugural Second Sky Festival hit the ground running this weekend and the online fan reception has named the two-day event a resounding success. The Goldenvoice produced event featured opening spots from Madeon, G JONES, Cashmere Cat, Kero Kero Bonito, and more.

Set in Oakland, California, the evening’s events culminated in a rare and coveted Worlds set from Robinson himself, which is arguably the period of time back in 2014 when Porter established himself as an untouchable electronic artist. Since then, Robinson has had many career phases, from the Shelter era to his most recent Virtual Self project. But through it all, fans find themselves coming back to the life-changing power of a live Worlds experience.

Of course, Robinson had many special surprises in store for his 2019 iteration of Worlds, including new edits of “Polygon Dust,” “Easy,” “Divinity,” “Unison,” Fresh Static Snow,” and more. However, those may have paled in comparison to the moment when Robinson brought out Madeon to deliver a brand new 2019 cut of their Grammy-nominated single, “Shelter,” live for an adoring crowd.

Stream the full set recording and view the full tracklist below.

Worlds 2019 Tracklist:

Intro x Sad Machine x Sad Machine (Anamanguchi Remix)
Flicker (Worlds Live Edit x Mat Zo Remix)
The Thrill Intro x Thrill (Remix) [Worlds Live Edit]
Natural Light (Worlds Live Edit)
Polygon Dust (Worlds Live 2019 Edit) x Fresh Static Snow (Vocals)
Easy (Worlds Live 2019 Edit)
Divinity (Worlds Live 2019 Edit)
Sea of Voices (Worlds Live 2019 Edit) x Divinity (Vocals)
Unison (Worlds Live 2019 Edit)
Fresh Static Snow (Worlds Live 2019 Edit)
??ID EDIT??
Say My Name (Worlds Live Edit)
Fellow Feeling (Worlds Live Edit)

Porter Robinson Speech

The Seconds (Worlds Live Edit) x Hear The Bells (Vocals)
Shepherdess (She Heals Everything) [Worlds Live Edit]
Worlds Live 2019 Piano Outro
Goodbye To A World (Worlds Live Edit)

(Encore)
Language (Worlds Live Edit)

(Madeon On Stage)
Shelter (Worlds Live 2019 Edit) x Language (Piano Outro)

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Written by Ryan Morse

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