Eric Church Offers Virtual Reality Concert Experience to Fans
Want the best seats in the house for an Eric Church concert? Fans can now have them ... without ever leaving their living rooms.
Vantage.tv is now offering a virtual reality experience featuring Church's headlining performance from Day 1 of the 2016 Stagecoach Country Music Festival in California. Thanks to the eight-camera setup used to record Church's Stagecoach set, fans can experience 180- and 360-degree shots of the country star's show, and see the concert from both the stage and the audience; immersive audio helps round out the full-body experience.
During his 2016 Stagecoach set, Church performed some of his biggest hits, including "Drink in My Hand," "Springsteen," "Give Me Back My Hometown" and "Talladega," as well as newer songs such as “Record Year," "Knives of New Orleans" and many more. Fans using Vantage.tv can experience Church's 13-song set through a multi-camera director's cut, from the front row or through a 360 view. More information is available on Vantage.tv.
Church is currently out on the road for his 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour. The trek, which began in January, includes more than 50 stops and no opening acts; instead, Church will perform two full sets every night.
“It’s going to be a three-hour show. And the only way to do that was to go by ourselves. Otherwise, it just doesn’t work time-wise. It doesn’t work with the load-in, the load-out,” Church explains. “It gives us two chances as an opener, two chances at closing the show. And it gives us a wide chance to do things, like possibly keep it thematic, where the first set is [songs from] Sinners Like Me through Carolina, and then we come out and run Chief through Mr. Misunderstood. Stuff like that.”
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