Head in the Clouds Festival returns with new location at Brookside at the Rose Bowl

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Head In The Clouds Festival makes its return on Saturday, November 6 and Sunday, November 7, 2021  at its new location, Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. This will be the very first time the Head in the Clouds Festival will be held over a span of two days. The festival originally debuted in 2018

Brought to you by Goldenvoice in partnership with 88Rising, the past Head in the Clouds Festival at Los Angeles State Historic Park, featured a vibrant bouquet of artists from the Pan-Asian community including: Joji, Rich Brian, Higher Brothers, Anderson .Paak, iKON, Zion.T,and more. The 2021 Head In The Clouds Festival lineup will be announced at a later date, but you can register now for tickets! VIP Early Bird passes are already sold-out! Remaining tickets will go on sale June 4 at 12pm.

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To coincide with the festival announcement is the release of “California”, the next single from 88rising’s long-awaited Head In The Clouds lll collaborative album, via 88rising/12Tone Music, LLC. Featuring 88rising flagship artists Rich Brian and NIKIand newcomer Warren Hue,“California” — the track is a sweet and catchy ode to the beautiful, sunny state of California.

“This song is about three Indonesian kids that managed to chase their dreams. Whether it’s acting, being a scientist or an architect or both, it’s all attainable,” said Rich Brian. “In this case NIKI, Warren, and I attained the same thing and that is making a career in California, which comes with its highs and lows.”

“It was so great to have gotten the opportunity to collaborate with my fellow Indonesians Rich Brian & Warren Hue. Songwriting-wise, it was the most organic coming-together between the three of us. Hope you guys enjoy it!” shared NIKI.

“The verse I wrote included the reality of being Asian in America and how I see California as a whole,” said Warren Hue. “The process of making this song was interesting because it shows the perspective of three Indonesians talking about America and it’s definitely a fun project.”

For more info on Head In the Clouds festival, visit their website.

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