Nightlife and clubs across most of the world remain shut for in-person events, but this has opened the door for virtual innovations that do their best to replicate real-world experiences.
Rave.Space is a virtual club space that’s been created to replicate the Berlin clubbing experience, and on the 23rd of April, it opens its doors to people from across the world.
It promises to be a completely new clubbing experience, as from the example images it appears that clubbers get a digital avatar that can dance and interact with other online users who have also attended the virtual club.
There will be live music playing from real headline DJs whose music will be streamed inside the digital venue.
Users who log in will experience a subcultural digital environment with like-minded people from around the world.
In the virtual club, people can move freely and communicate with others. With its new, state-of-the-art technology, Rave.Space offers clubbers something never experienced before.
DJs announced to perform live and exclusive sets on the opening weekend include DJ Hell, Nakadia, Florian Meindl, BEC and Alex Stein.
You can buy tickets and get more information HERE
H/T: Faze Mag