Sessions and the Joy Ruckus Club will partner to provide the largest Asian American virtual music festival on Oct. 17-18. The virtual two-day festival will feature over 70 artists with $2.99 early bird ticket prices and a VIP option available. Both organizations are located in San Francisco, California.
The Joy Ruckus Club is a humanitarian-oriented online concert series created by artists of Asian descent with over 700,000 music fans. Kublai Kwon is the CEO of Joy Ruckus Club and has been promoting Asian artists in the U.S. for over 20 years. Sessions is a platform dedicated to marketing and production to help artists become a success in cultivating a fan base and earning incoming. Tim Westergren, the former founder of Pandora, and Gordon Su, a video game developer and entrepreneur created Sessions.
Sessions and Joy Ruckus club’s partnership is committed to promoting Asian artists in America and expanding their reach to over 185 countries. Their livestream event will include performances from around the world including Asia, Australia, New Zealand, London, and more.
Headliners for the event include Eric Nam, Kid Trunks, Luna, Kevin Woo, DJ Cam Girl, James Lee, KAACHI, Ethan Kim and DJ Sura. Fans can purchase tickets for the livestream here.
Sessions is dedicated to being the first global digital platform that truly serves and supports all artists and events. By launching the initiative with Joy Ruckus Festival, the largest Asian American virtual festival in the world, we are setting the bar high. Our goal is to support the overall music community, and bridge the gap between real live events and the virtual streaming world. We are investing in promoters by putting marketing money behind their events and using the full capability of our platform to generate revenue and make this a success for everyone.Tim Westergren, Co Founder of Sessions and Former CEO of Pandora