Queen, Adam Lambert And Universal Music Offer VR Concert

Queen, Adam Lambert and Universal Music offer VR concert

Queen, Adam Lambert and Universal Music offer VR concert

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Legendary British rock band Queen, and the American singer Adam Mitchel have cooperated with Universal Music Group’s VR app VRTGO, to offer a VR concert to their fans. Through their new virtual activity, the group aims to enable people to see their Barcelona’s musical performance in 360 degrees. The band’s concert has taken place in May of 2016 in the Barcelona-based sporting arena of Palau Sant Jordi.

The VR activity, dubbed as “VR The Champions” will cover the Queen’s popular works, such as “We Will Rock You”, “We Are the Champions” and “Radio Ga Ga”. Through the app viewers will have a freedom to virtually fly above the concert attendees and even interact with group members on the stage.

The initiation of this project belongs to Brian May, the guitarist of the Queen. When speaking about the activity, he has mentioned that their new projection is a special VR activity, through which all people can feel the energy of the rock band from their living rooms.

In the activity’s preparation process the following companies have taken part: Miracle Productions, the music films producer Eagle Rock and VR filmmaker company Jannicke Mikkelsen.

The app “VR The Champions” is currently applicable for both Android and iPhone users. The app is priced at only $9.99. In case fans want to watch the app trailer, they can visit the following link: https://www.vrtgo.com/