Music streaming service TIDAL and Facebook’s Oculus have partnered to bring live, virtual reality concert experiences straight to viewers in a time when large concert gatherings in venues is not an option. The new VR experience will make viewers feel like they’re standing in a crowd of other fans as if they were there in person, providing an innovative, immersive concert experience.
The concerts will be available in VR on the Oculus Venues app to make you feel like you’ve got front row tickets to your favorite artists. They will also be available in 2D with high-quality audio on TIDAL.
“At a time when livestreamed performances are seen as the new norm, TIDAL’s partnership with Oculus provides music lovers an elevated concert experience with more interaction and dimension than past livestreams,” said Lior Tibon, TIDAL COO. “Oculus is revolutionizing the live music experience and matched with TIDAL’s HiFi audio quality, members will be able to remember what it feels like to stand in a large crowd at a concert venue.”
TIDAL is an artist-owned music streaming service that lets users listen to their favorite artists like Megan Thee Stallion, Future, Jennifer Lopez, and more. The platform has more than 60 million songs and 250,000 high quality videos in its catalog. Additionally, TIDAL streams original video series, podcasts and playlists.at are curated
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