Three months into the Coronavirus pandemic, with concerts and festivals slowly being canceled throughout the world, we were losing hope that we’d be able to feel the deep bass of the music, hugs and laughs with our friends and the soreness of our feet from hours of dancing anytime soon. That is until Insominac announced their tailgate series, Park N Rave with Seven Lions headlining and 3 other smaller DJs that took place in Chandler, Arizona in late June.
We were hesitant about attending a rave during a pandemic but after reading all the rules and regulations set in place, we wanted to give it a try and see if this was something that would be safe and eventually become the norm.
First off, ticket prices are very affordable compared to pre-covid times. There were 3 pricing tiers, front, middle, and back section. And rather than buying tickets for each individual attendees, you are purchasing one car spot for as many people who can legally sit in a seat of your car. So if your vehicle can fit 7 people, and you pay $320 for a car space in the middle section, you could potentially split that with 6 of your friends. The car space you purchase is 28 x 30 feet which is big enough for your vehicle plus plenty of dancing space for you and your friends.
Security into the festival seemed a little relaxed with a quick visual scan of your trunk and ID check for all passengers. Once you’re parked and situated in your car space, which is first come first served, they had security with sniffing dogs walk through the lots checking each car. While they do have food and drinks for sale, one of the benefits of…Read More