Global stars line up for world’s largest virtual reality music and arts festival in support of The Big Issue and Amnesty International
FOUR STAGES, 50+ MUSIC ACTS, 100+ ARTISTS, OVER 200 ARTWORKS
Live stream of VR experience available via Beatport, Twitch and via partner and artist Facebook, YouTube and Twitch accounts
The team behind Glastonbury’s legendary Shangri-La, in partnership with VRJAM and Sansar, today announces Lost Horizon (3 & 4 July), the world’s largest music and arts festival in virtual reality.
The festival, in collaboration with Orca Sound Project and Beatport, features an interstellar line up of superstar DJs, underground acts, and visual artists, raising money for The Big Issue and Amnesty International*.
Lost Horizon mirrors Shangri-La’s huge outdoor art gallery. In addition to the incredible music line up, it will feature over 200 visual art pieces. All curated by ShangrilART on the ongoing theme of human connection.
Kaye Dunnings, Creative Director, comments:
‘We need unity more than ever right now, in an industry that is falling away in front of us. By creating a digital platform to experience art and music in a new way, we are at the forefront of defining the next generation of live entertainment and creative communities as we know them.’
Featured on the towering billboards that surround the Freedom Stage will be a new exhibition co-curated by world-famous graphic designer Malcolm Garrett with Lost Horizon and Shangri-La creative director Kaye Dunnings.
Lost Horizon is the Shangri-La team’s response to the pandemic affecting the planet, and raises funds for The Big Issue and Amnesty International.
Sheri Bryant, President of Sansar, comments:
‘The future of live events is virtual and we’re incredibly excited to be bringing it to fruition.’