Fontaine DC announces interactive live stream concert

Fontaine DC announces interactive live stream concert

The Irish post-punk band Fontaine DC is exploring the possibilities of virtual reality. Your concert will be available on November 23 in an interactive live stream.



A foretaste of 2021: Fontaine DC invites you to a live stream.


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A foretaste of 2021: Fontaine DC invites you to a live stream.

The Irish post-punk band Fontaine DC is exploring the possibilities of virtual reality. Your concert will be available on November 23 in an interactive live stream.

Irish post-punk band DC fountains Partnered with MelodyVR for an interactive live stream. Their concert will be broadcast online on November 23, 2020 at 9:30 pm at O2 Academy Brixton, London. Her show a year ago, at the same time in the same place, was completely sold out at the time. It was also their last performance in front of an audience.

This year’s special: With the help of the MelodyVR app and the appropriate virtual reality headsets, fans around the world can experience the show live from camera views. Tickets Livestream is now available. Code and instructions on how to join the stream are available for just 10.

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“Giving a concert in front of an empty audience is a strange business. But we can regain some spirit in the live stream with you, even if it’s not the same, ”the band said. Instagram. Fontaine’s DC was not the first to see such an innovative concept. Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson and Louis Kapaldi have previously collaborated with MelodyVR and have given concerts.

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Dubliners are set to visit the UK in May next year with their album A Heroes Death. Most recently, Post-Punk Nubies covered the cave in collaboration with streaming service Deeser Beach Boys-Classic “Wood Not It Nice”. The Irish second album was also released in July 2020 Five of the six possible stars were named “Album of the Week” by ME writer Frank Sawatsky in our review.

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