It’s been practically one 12 months since Uproxx featured 88rising and Rich Brian on its April 2022 cover.
Since then, the label amplifying Asian voices in hip-hop staged the first-ever label-curated set on Coachella’s fundamental stage (as famous by Billboard on the time) and introduced its personal Head In The Clouds Competition to California, Manila, and Jakarta.
At this time, March 13, Head In The Clouds Competition introduced its inaugural Head In The Clouds New York will happen at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, New York on Could 20 and Could 21, 2023.
88RISING PROUDLY ANNOUNCES HEAD IN THE CLOUDS NEW YORK 🏙⛅️❤️
MAY 20 & 21 FOREST HILLS STADIUM ☁️☁️☁️
Presale for 1-DAY & 2-DAY tickets begins Friday, March seventeenth 10AM ET! Register now to realize early entry at https://t.co/9wKqKAiab3 pic.twitter.com/wJ6sUM0Veu
— Head In The Clouds Competition (@hitcfestival) March 13, 2023
“88rising began in New York Metropolis, from a parking storage within the Bronx to the place the primary workers got here collectively the place we sat in a room in a shared area in Brooklyn to put the inspiration of what 88rising is,” 88rising CEO and founder Sean Miyashiro mentioned in a press release completely supplied to Billboard.
Miyashiro continued, “It was probably the most magical time of my life — the entire expertise of constructing and issues beginning to occur, is one of the best a part of all this. All of this occurred in New York Metropolis, winter, spring, summer season fall — by way of the seasons it’s the place 88rising took form, and I’m past proud and to me it’s solely becoming that this was all born there. It’s particularly significant to have the ability to do it at an iconic venue like Forest Hills Stadium throughout its a hundredth anniversary!”
Billboard moreover relayed that Head In The Clouds is partnering with Coronary heart Of Dinner, a non-profit group “instantly addressing meals insecurity and isolation skilled by Asian American Seniors,” in 2023 by donating $1 per ticket offered and activating on-site.
Saturday, Could 20, will stage ITZY, Wealthy Brian, Beabadoobee, Milli, Akini Jing, Dumbfoundead, Fifi Zhang, Hojean, Isoxo, Paravi, Raveena, Spence Lee, and Warren Hue.
Sunday, Could 21, shall be dealt with by NIKI, DPR Reside, DPR Ian, XG, Atarashii Gakko!, Dabin, Knock2, Loren, Masiwei, P-Lo, Veegee, Wolftyla, and Yeek.
The primary ticket sale is slated for Friday, March 17, starting at 10 a.m. EST. Registration for early entry is on the market here.
Some artists coated listed below are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an unbiased subsidiary of Warner Music Group.