The world’s largest virtual reality music and arts venue Lost Horizon, created by the team behind Glastonbury’s Shangri-La area, has announced the line-ups for 10 parties it will be throwing this month.
Artists set to play include Ellen Allien, Flava D, Claude VonStroke, The Martinez Brothers, Peach, Pan-Pot, LCY B2B DJ Flight, Solardo, Syreeta, Low Steppa, ABSOLUTE., Krust (pictured), Matthias Tanzmann, Nicole Moudaber, Eats Everything, DJ Sneak and many more.
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They will take place inside the interactive world of Sansar, which can be accessed from any computer, phone or tablet with internet access. No VR headset is required. The explorable virtual venue features dancefloors, art gallery tours, guided meditation, speed-dating and more.
Robin Collings, co-director of Lost Horizon, said: “This feels like a new frontier for culture and the digital realm. Technology has leaped forward and we can now create something truly sociable, interactive and connected... our mission is to reflect real culture in our virtual world! This is going to be fun!”
Tickets cost $10 and are on sale now from losthorizonlive.com. Check out the full list of acts playing below.
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