Watch Panic! At The Disco’s Pray For The Wicked O2 Arena Show In Virtual Reality
While Panic! At The Disco are pretty much taking the rest of 2019 off – save for two final shows (one in Atlanta on September 14, and then Brazil’s Rock In Rio on October 3) – the pop-rock titans are offering a pretty damn cool alternative to keep us going until they kick back into gear properly: they’ve released a virtual reality concert.
The ridiculously futuristic experience was captured at Panic!’s epic two-night stint at the O2 Arena in London as part of their huge Pray For The Wicked UK tour back in March, in which Brendon Urie and co. performed a whopping 28-song set full of absolute bangers. The set has been recorded for the MelodyVR app in six different angles, so you can get up close and personal with the band in many different ways. Ace. Check out what you can expect from it below…
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TFW you can relive the #PrayForTheWickedTour like you’re *actually* there, thanks to @melodyvirtual… https://t.co/Jd3Nn6o0nD— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) Thu Sep 05 01:38:17 +0000 2019
🎹NEW RELEASE 🎹 Be swept away by the theatre that is a @PanicAtTheDisco concert. Expect pyrotechnics, a famous co… https://t.co/LSVXBHxNGF— MelodyVR (@melodyvirtual) Mon Sep 02 07:45:00 +0000 2019
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