New shows from Panic! At The Disco, Lewis Capaldi, Rae Sremmurd, Julia Michaels and Rainbow Kitten Surprise!

We’re ending summer with a bumper line-up of five new artists, with brand new performances by Panic! At The Disco, Lewis Capaldi, Rae Sremmurd, Julia Micheals and Rainbow Kitten Surprise.

Be swept away by the theatre that is a Panic! At The Disco concert. Expect pyrotechnics, a famous cover or two and massive light shows, all before you take off on a flying piano…

Rising star Lewis Capaldi invites you to be an audience-of-one as he tells all in this intimate experience, with some stunning, raw renditions of his biggest tracks performed throughout.

‘People who physically aren’t able to attend a gig because of any physical or mental health issues they might struggle with – I want those people to get the experience of actually being at the shows and take away some of the atmosphere you would experience if you were there, within virtual reality.’  – Lewis Capaldi

Missed out on Wireless? Join infamous hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd on stage for one of our favourite virtual shows yet, as the brothers put on a show on the ‘Thrust’ Jump Spot for thousands of rap fans.

Hang on every word sang from Julia’s Inner Monologue, as she washes her emotional and well-crafted album over the hyped Chicago crowd.

‘MelodyVR is getting our fans closer to us than we would ever be able to do on that scale, so I am all for anything that can give me that closeness with my amazing followers. Also, this show was sick so I am so grateful I can watch it back myself and re-live it from the crowd perspective and on stage too – I love spotting fans in the crowd I recognise! Awesome.’ – Julia Michaels

You can also jump on stage with the genre-defying Rainbow Kitten Suprise, as they takeover The Wiltern crowd with a wave of haunting harmonies and red sequins.  

 ‘Our favorite thing to do is to play shows – but we’ve never been able to experience one of our own. Because of MelodyVR we finally got that opportunity. And it’s an awesome, immersive experience. We love the idea that fans can virtually attend a show anytime, from anywhere.’ Ethan Goodpaster, RKS