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Porter Robinson's inaugural Second Sky Festival this past weekend June 15-16 in Oakland was such a huge success that the one-day festival repeated itself again on Sunday after tickets sold out in a matter of minutes. 

Porter filled the lineup with friends including Madeon, Cashmere Cat, Chrome Sparks, Anamanaguchi, Kero Kero Bonito, Wednesday Campanella and more. On Sunday none other than Skrillex made an appearance as a special guest to fill in for G Jones who only played on Saturday. 

It was a rare sun-filled day in the Bay Area, and the enthusiastic sold-out crowd soaked in the music and vibes all day long. 

And while everyone was enjoying a Sunday to remember, Porter was also raising money for his Robinson Malawi Fund, a non-profit he founded after his brother Mark was diagnosed with an aggressive, fast growing cancer called Burkitt lymphoma. While it's a rare cancer the US, Burkitt lymphoma is the most common childhood cancer in Malawi. 

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