Lost Horizon announces the season of VR events

Lost Horizon announces the season of VR events
Lost Horizon announces the season of VR events
Lost Horizon, the VR venue for the team behind Glastonburys Shangri-La, has announced its first season of virtual events on the VR event platform Sansar.

The season will run through December and host DJs, underground acts and visual artists before culminating with ‘Chasing Midnight’, a 24-hour global New Year’s Eve celebration that spans 12 time zones and 12 countdowns.

Lost Horizon started its premiere festival in July, a four-stage event in Sansar with artists such as Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim and Pete Tong, which according to organizers reached 4.36 million viewers.

Robin Collings, Co-Director of Lost Horizon, said: “We are incredibly excited to kick off the second phase of Lost Horizon with a series of exciting shows in December, and we have some big plans for 2021 and beyond . In these troubled times, our mission is to bring joy and real culture into people’s lives.

“In these difficult times it is our mission to bring joy and real culture into people’s lives.”

“Lost Horizon’s virtual platform offers so much more than other VR events that people can connect with their friends and meet people from all over the world. You can literally chat live with other people in the virtual world using your computer’s microphone and speakers. while watching some amazing DJs and live music! Real events in a virtual world ”.

The acts, yet to be announced, will be performed in six customizable areas of the virtual venue, including the Freedom festival stage. 360-degree digital arena in the gas tower; SHITV media center; Underground Club Nomad; There is also a virtual open-air art gallery and the interactive landing zone with stalls, art, seating and information points that reproduce the festival experience.

Viewers can explore the interactive, multi-level venue in Sansar via PC and VR, web browser or app. The events of the season are also broadcast live worldwide.

Ahead of December’s Lost Horizon event season, the 18th edition of the London Mela, the UK’s festival of South Asian culture, takes place in virtual reality.

For 2020, the London Mela – usually in Southall Park in west London – will become Melatopia, a VR event that will take place online on November 7th and 8th, 2020 and the same mix of music, dance and culture from the Indian subcontinent and surrounding countries offers.

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