The time of the online music festival is upon us. While Beatport, Proximity, Insomniac, and more have all raised the bar in terms of production and logistics, one thing that hasn’t happened is live stream “festivals” that allows users to switch between channels, much like Coachella, Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza, and many more big-box festivals. That is, until now. Enter: Room Service Music Festival, a three-day experience presented by The Nations.
On April 24 – 26, dance music fanatics will be able to tune into live sets from REZZ, Big Gigantic, GRiZ, Zeds Dead, What So Not, JOYRYDE, Netsky (DnB set), Sullivan King, Lido, K?d, CloZee, Quix, Chromeo, Gallant, plus many more undisclosed special guests.
“Room Service was created by a group of talented individuals with a collective philosophy, wanting to offer a positive environment in an uncertain time. Our primary goal is to raise money for those impacted through the recent cancellation of live events through our partnership with Sweet Relief. This would include everyone from small club staff to musicians & support crews unable to tour and are directly impacted by COVID-19,” explains CEO & Founder of The Nations, Andre Benz, on how the festival came about.
“In addition, we have partnered with Feeding America who provides funding to food banks and is helping thousands in need throughout the country. Our followers and fans made an incredible impact with their generous actions during our recent Digital Mirage festival. Reaching millions of music fans, we hope to see the upcoming Room Service Music Festival grow that impact exponentially. We believe strongly that it is our duty to do good in the world.”
RSVP here and tune in next weekend. More information to come on sets times and channel specifics.