Why Wave to Host Justin Bieber Metaverse Concert Succeeds
Wave to Host Justin Bieber Metaverse Concert: A free virtual reality concert is being held by Metaverse to mark the launch of their new browser-based platform.
This week, Justin Bieber will give his “debut performance in the metaverse” with a live concert on immersive XR platform Wave, making him the latest prominent artist to experiment with digital forms.
On November 18th, Bieber, an early investor in Wave, will perform as an avatar in a simulated 3D environment. This weekend, the concert will be repeated so that viewers from all around the globe may watch.
He’ll be using the event as the opening night of his Justice World Tour, which was originally scheduled to begin this summer but has been pushed back to 2022 due to scheduling conflicts.
In contrast to other metaverse performances like Ariana Grande’s Fortnite concert and Twenty One Pilots’ Roblox experience, Bieber’s concert will be a live event where fans can interact with him in real time. All you need is a wave.watch account to view the show for free.
This event will also be broadcast live on YouTube.
Wave for Virtual Concerts
Adam Arrigo and Aaron Lemke started Wave in 2016 with the intention of producing innovative, immersive virtual concerts before the genre became popular.
Featuring “the greatest of live music, gaming, and broadcast technology,” Wave has held performances by musicians including The Weeknd, Dillon Francis, and John Legend.
During Justin’s performance, his global fan base will have the opportunity to interact with each other and shape the outcome of the concert by exchanging virtual emojis and text messages.
They may even make an appearance on the waverCam, a simulated jumbotron during the show. Entrants will have the opportunity to be included in the presentation if they submit their entries in advance.
To the Wave community re: Wave VR. Questions or comments, we encourage you to connect with us at email@example.com. pic.twitter.com/C0xcstWvHa
— Wave (@TheWaveXR) January 15, 2021
“Justin Bieber is not only one of the most successful musicians in the world, but also one of the most innovative. Wave CEO Arrigo made the following remark on the agreement: “This alliance offers for endless, virtual prospects for him and his supporters.”
Wave’s cutting-edge technology and Justin’s imaginative flair have resulted in a one-of-a-kind, interactive experience that will supplement his forthcoming concert tour.
Justin is blazing a trail for other artists to follow by including a virtual concert ‘tour stop’ to attract new audiences who can’t attend in person or who want a different sort of live music experience.
More Virtual Reality Festivals
Because of the current COVID-19 epidemic, many event planners, stage performers, and festival attendees have turned to XR technology to present live events, which is why this statement has been made now.
The annual ‘Splendour in the Grass’ music festival in Australia was digitised by the Splendour crew, who converted it into the virtual reality experience Splendour XR.
The Swedish band ABBA recently had a digital return tour and album, when the band members performed as photorealistic 3D avatars singing both new and old songs, and it peaked at number eight on the charts.
Stage 11, a VR platform developed by the Los Angeles-based tech firm Stage, Inc, hosted the free VR experience “Enter The Simulation” by the British rock band Muse. Stage 11 also has integrated NFT and eCommerce functionality to increase brand interaction.