88rising has revealed their lineup for Head in the Clouds 2021, the festival they will be putting on in 2021.
The artist group, which is known for bringing together some of the biggest stars in Asian music, will be holding the grand return of the music festival on November 6-7 in Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, according to their website. Head In The Clouds will be held over two days for the first time since its inception in 2018.
NIKI, Joji, Rich Brian, Seori, Warren Hue, ATARASHII GAKKO!, Guapdad 4000, Stephanie Poetri, and Ylona Garcia will all perform at this year’s festival, as well as artists such as Saweetie, Japanese Breakfast, DAY6’s Jae (eaJ), DPR LIVE, DPR IAN, CL, Beabadoobee, keshi, Audrey Nuna, Elephante, Feel Ghood Music (Tiger, JK, Yoonmirae, Bizzy, BIBI), Josh Pan, Lil Cherry & Goldbuuda, The Linda Lindas, Luna Li, REI AMI, UMI, and Wallice.
It is believed that more acts will be added to the roster.
In addition, 88rising will be bringing back California’s famed 626 Market as the festival’s culinary curators for the third consecutive year.
In order to purchase tickets for Head In The Clouds 2021, you must do it online on the official website of 88rising on July 29th at 12 PM PST (30 July at 2AM JKT, 3 AM PHT). A general admission ticket costs USD 249 (plus applicable taxes) and a VIP ticket would set you back USD 399 (plus applicable taxes).
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