Recently, music producer Carnage announced the first-ever drive-in music event on the East Coast of the United States. Now, he has announced that ROAD RAVE will be making its way to the other side of the country, too.
The second ROAD RAVE will be taking place on May 30th in Phoenix, Arizona. There will be performances from many renowned artists such as SAYMYNAME, Paz, and Carnage himself. In addition, there will be a special set by Hulk Gang, a collaboration between 4B and Valentino Khan. Lastly, Dr. Fresch and Bijou will be performing a one-of-a-kind B2B set that no one should miss.
Similar to the first show, ROAD RAVE will function with social distancing guidelines enforced. Attendees will be experiencing the event in the safety of their cars. Organizers strongly recommend that all those in attendance bring a mask.
The goal of ROAD RAVE is to limit as much human contact and interaction as possible. Therefore, attendees must watch the show in their cars. However, each person will be given their own personal parking space, meaning they can exit their cars and stretch their legs if necessary or use the restroom.
The Future of Music Events
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a major crisis in the music industry. Music festivals and events from all over the world have been canceled or postponed due to fear of spreading the harmful illness. As a result, the lives of artists have been greatly affected due to a lack of work. However, ROAD RAVE is sure to raise event standards during the COVID-19 era, hopefully leading to the music industry’s slow, but steady recovery.
Carnage’s new festival series will be enhancing the future of music events. What once seemed like an impossible situation has become probable. Surely, in the coming months, other music events will be following the same concept.
Stay tuned for more details and updates on The ROAD RAVE.