NextVR To Broadcast Andy Grammer Concert Live In VR
Get a front row seat and access to a speicla Q&A with NextVR.
NextVR, the virtual reality (VR) immersive entertainment content provider has announced that it will be broadcasting the upcoming live performance by Andy Grammer.
By offering a wide range of different content for users to livestream, NextVR has positioned itself as a leading provide of immersive entertainment, sports and music media. Now they are giving users a chance to see a stunning show by Andy Grammer, the man with five Billboard Hot 100 hits including the top 10 smash “Honey I’m Good”.
Those who watch the performance will be treated to a front row seat for this incredible concert and will be able to tune into a special Q&A with Andry Grammer as well. Taking place in the Irving Plaza in New York City the sold out event will be an outstanding show which fans will not want to miss. Watching in immersive VR viewers will feel like they are actually there from the comfort of their own home.
Last year NextVR partnered with NBC for a weekly World of Dance series that was a companion series that broadcasted alongside the main World of Dance show. Offering viewers the chance to see backstage rehearsals, main stage performances, judge reactions and much more exclusive content that the main show did not have time to include. Elsewhere NextVR also partnered with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as well to be bring fans into the heart of the ring.
With content such as the above and now the Andy Grammer show from Irving Plaza in New York City, NextVR continues to be a leading provider of high end, immersive VR entertainment for its users. The live VR coverage of the sold out Andy Grammer show from the Irving Plaza in New York City will be starting at 7pm EST today, April 14th.
To enjoy the show users will need to download the NextVR app for a compatible headset including Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, Windows Mixed Reality or PlayStation VR. The NextVR app is available from the headsets respective store front.
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