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    Default would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist? if you could pick any era or time to see somebody perform.

    thinking back to when celine dion performed with elvis presley on idol was a trip

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    Not really, I would have preferred to see the real one.

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    I don't think so, no. I would, however, go and see something that was inspired by the artist (Thriller Live, the Cirque de Soleil show that's being planned) x

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    Well i do not think so, it would have to be done the right way.

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    A few years ago, there was this Elvis Presley "tour" where the original members of Elvis' 1970s band and backup singers The Sweet Inspirations performed with Elvis who was on a screen. The concert was shown on PBS. It was interesting. The band and singers had to to an exact replication of the old show. Everything was live except Elvis' vocals. There were a lot of people in the audience for this show. But I don't think there's many acts that this could be done with though.

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    Right now it sounds very weird so probably no. But who knows if technology will improve so that it will become a common thing to do in the future?
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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    I would maybe go to an MJ one, as I said on another thread, its the closest thing I'm going to get

    Quote Originally Posted by DuranDuran View Post
    was the Elvis experience 3d or just on a big screen?


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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    Quote Originally Posted by raz2911 View Post
    was the Elvis experience 3d or just on a big screen?
    I guess it was a screen, I don't recall seeing anyone wearing glasses in the audience.

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    It wouldn't be the same. I rather go back in time to see Michael during the Bad Tour, I'd go for May 23rd, 1988 show in Rome.
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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    No I most definitely will not. Just even thinking there is one for MJ makes me cry all over again. It is just not worth it.

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    I might consider if they used real footage. Most likely it would be like the Slave to the Rhythm hologram. That didn't look good and they used impersonator.
    Last edited by Galactus123; 20-09-2019 at 01:15 PM.

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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    That's a big maybe. my mother already said she wouldn't go because she would like to see the real him. i don't know. i guess how real the hologram look. like PoP said maybe if they use real footage from his past concerts then that's a big maybe. think it would be nice for people who never seen him in concert and real life. especially newer fans. yes it won't be the real him or a real concert but it be something nice of Michael legacy.



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    Default Re: would you go to a virtual reality concert from a deceased artist?

    Quote Originally Posted by Galactus123 View Post
    Most likely it would be like Slave to the Rhythm hologram. That didn't look good and they used impersonator.
    That hologram was awful.



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