Significant progress is being made in the world of virtual reality music festivals. It’s been three months since we’ve been without the large scale events that we love, and developers have been hard at work with finding new ways to come together remotely. The most advanced looking virtual festival has just been announced, and we can’t wait to hop inside.
Each year, Glastonbury presents Shangri-La, their epic late-night zone, full of top-shelf house and techno to keep you moving. With their event put on hold this year, they’ve pivoted to a special virtual reality festival called Lost Horizon. It’s set to take place July 3-4, and will feature over 50 different acts, including Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Peggy Gou, Jamie Jones, Pete Tong, Noisia, and many more.
This virtual fest will also have a large focus on art, as it will be featuring over 200 works of visual art. Based on the preview video of Lost Horizon, which you can find below, this is looking like a straight-up video game. We cannot wait to see how this one unfolds.
Check out the full lineup here, along with more information.