Music fans are always looking for ways to enhance their music experience. In a historic move, Live Nation and TV streaming service Hulu have announced that they are teaming up to give fans a way to access concerts—and their favorite bands—like never before.
In a recent post on Mashable, it was revealed that during Hulu’s NewFront presentation in New York City, it announced that Hulu will be previewing its planned Virtual Reality concert experience in the near future, giving music lovers their first look at a whole new way to view concerts.
Jordan Zachary, Live Nation’s Chief Strategy Officer, said: “Live Nation is dedicated to bringing the live entertainment experience to fans in new and innovative ways.
“No medium has the potential to bring the magic of a live concert to life more than virtual reality.”
Viewers will be offered “a specially curated virtual reality concert performance series from today’s most popular artists that will transform how fans experience live music and performances” available through Hulu’s VR app.
The features of the immersive VR experience are impressive indeed. It will include the ability to “hang out with their favorite artists before the show, experience the intensity of walking on stage as the crowds cheer and get the best seat in the house for the beginning of the performance.”
Hulu, who is projecting 12 million subscribers by the end of this month, launched its VR app in March of this year and has already started to produce pieces of VR content for the platform.