During the current COVID-19 pandemic, many brands, creators, and artists have launched live-streamed programs, which are either fully-produced festivals or one-off streams. There is also a growing number of VR creations, and MUZZ is about to take its performance to the next level by using virtual reality.
MUZZ has partnered with SlyFest to create the world’s first artist tour via VR technology. This grand occasion will feature eight performances across eight distinct virtual venues, including MUZZ’s venue, every Saturday night for eight weeks. All shows will be free for everyone, with select dates being advertised in peak times of various time zones. Anyone participating will need a laptop with VRchat installed (this does not require a VR headset, although it will enhance the immersion). The events will also be live-streamed on Twitch.
Events will include custom light shows, audiovisuals, actual pole dancers performing inside VR, and performers’ meet and greet within the virtual venues. With a large lineup already being announced for select dates, including the likes of Mollie Collins, Feint, Teddy Killerz, among others, the VR show is expected to give a glimpse of future online shows.