Justin Bieber will be giving a concert in the Metaverse, here’s how it will be

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The news is official: Justin Bieber he launched into the metaverse with a virtual concert of the new album Justice, an immersive experience created online with the company Wave, which in the past has hosted concerts by the likes of Travis Scott and Ariana Grande. Is called An interactive virtual experience and is set for November 18, with the possibility of following him in livestreaming on the singer’s YouTube channel.

The concert

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – OCTOBER 09: Singer Justin Bieber performs at XS Nightclub as part of a three day experience, “Justin Bieber & Friends, The Vegas Weekender” By Pollen Presents at Wynn Las Vegas on October 09, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for Wynn Las Vegas )Denise Truscello

To inaugurate the 2022 tour, the pop star decided to become a digital avatar in a world created especially for him and to perform in a virtual live performance already experienced with Fortnite (with the experiment Travis Scott earned 20 million dollars). The best part? To participate in the show just register on the platform and participate absolutely free. On TV the concert will be broadcast in the following days, the appointment for the European public is set for 21 November at 7 pm.

La partnership

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JULY 10: Justin Bieber performs onstage at h.wood Group’s grand opening of Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas on July 10, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for Wynn Las Vegas)Denise Truscello

“Justin Bieber is not only one of the greatest artists in the world – commented Adam Arrigo, CEO of Wave – but an innovator. This collaboration opens up a myriad of virtual opportunities for him and his fans. The combination of the technology of Wave with Justin’s creativity it has allowed to create a unique and interactive experience that completes the upcoming physical tour. In this way it reaches a new audience who cannot participate in the stages in person or who are looking for a different type of musical experience ».

Justin’s enthusiasm

With his wife Hailey

Steve Granitz

The pop star echoes him, always on Variety: «I believe very much in Wave and I love the platform because it allows me a new form of interacting with fans. I am thrilled to use this technology to bring fans from all over the world together and I can’t wait for them to experience this interactive performance ».

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