Room Service is the livestreaming concept created by Trap Nation and Chill Nation. The stream is set to be one of the largest since the COVID-19 pandemic meant that actual events were to be canceled.
The lineup is incredible, it includes every layer of dance music, even traversing into other genres with acts such as A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Chelsea Cutler. No matter what music you like, you’re sure to be entertained this weekend.
With Proximity and Brownies & Lemonade successfully pulling off their Digital Mirage livestream, raising plenty of funds for charity – The Nations are sure to do just as well, if not better.
Andy King is the only person who came out of Fyre Festival better off. Prominently featured on Netflix’s Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, the charismatic event producer is best known for futilely agreeing to give a blowjob to save Billy McFarland and Ja Rule’s doomed Fyre Fest. Since the documentary aired, King has become a cult figure for his quixotic loyalty, partnership with Evian, and efforts to raise money for Bahamians affected by the disastrous event.
Now, on the third anniversary of Fyre, King is returning to the festival game. The charismatic entertainer will be hosting the three-day event, with 100% of funds being raised for Feeding America & Sweet Relief in these trying times.
Andy said: “I’m beyond thrilled to host Room Service this weekend and bring everybody some well-deserved joy and distraction! This festival gives us achance to translate the anniversary of Fyre into some real good that’s needed in the world right now.” Andy King’s manager Jason Ve added: “Andy and I were originally producing our own virtual festival when we met this incredible team and we recognized we had a shared vision. We are happy to be part of one of the largest virtual festivals in history.”
Sweet Relief EVP Aric Steinberg said: “We’re blown away by the success of the streaming events in support of the music community. The amazing team behind their first event, Digital Mirage did something very special and we can’t wait to see that community brought to life again during the upcoming Room Service event, 3 more days of incredible music and support for music industry professionals in desperate need.”
Global company Room Service International has also joined the festival in support of an exciting new partnership with the Nations. “This is a time to unite and realize the power of humanity. What we’re facing is bigger than all of us. Let’s find solutions, destroy boundaries and barriers, and prosper together as one through music and community,” says Julio Galvez, Founder & CEO of RSI. “We are excited to work with the Nations in producing an impactful online event for such an incredible cause.”
Kicking off this Friday, April 24, Room Service Music Festival will stream all weekend long, exclusively on YouTube channels Trap Nation and Chill Nation. The festival is free, but will have donation options. Room Service has already raised $15,000 in the first 24 hours of the announcement.