Following on from the success of their Live In Orbit sessions, The Close Encounter Club are to present a new immersive live stream show.
For one night only from 7:30pm (BST) this Saturday October 17, The Mysterines will headline the one-off event, with support from Chappaqua Wrestling and LIME.
The performance will be the first of its kind from The Club, with the multi-camera visual spectacular transporting viewers to the room without having to leave the comfort of their own home.
The streaming platform developed by C3 Productions will allow the bands to see up to 120 of their fans watching the stream at home at any one time on screens placed inside the venue. Viewers are able to watch the band but not other fans, with the option of turning their camera and audio off also available. This also means the bands will be able to hear viewers showing their appreciation in between songs from home too.
Speaking about the event, The Close Encounter Club’s Art Director Joey Julliard says: “This immersive two-way live stream is an important next step for live music given the current restrictions. It’s going to mean a lot for the bands to be able to see their fans singing along, adding to the atmosphere. We’re excited to offer some Saturday night escapism to bring music fans together for a shared experience in isolating times.”
Tickets for The Mysterines, Chappaqua Wrestling and LIME live at The Close Encounter Club are available here