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The Music Industry is embracing Virtual Reality

Coachella Adds Virtual Reality Experience for This Year's Music Festival
An alternative for those who can’t make it. If you failed to snag tickets to this year’s Coachella music festival in Indio, Calif., or simply can’t afford to break the bank for it, you are in luck: a virtual reality version will be available. Click here for the full article. 

Run the Jewels premiered a 360-degree music video in the New York Times VR app.
The New York Times Magazine's first-ever Music Issue is out today, and along with it, the Times has released two new videos on its VR app. The first features Los Angeles group The Internet recording inside frontwoman Syd Tha Kyd's home studio. The second is a 360-degree video from Run the Jewels, for their new song "Crown." You can watch both inside the NYT VR app.
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Hardwell fans can experience his Miami Music Week set in VR
Even if you aren't at Nikki Beach on March 16 for Hardwell's performance at Miami Music Week, you'll be able to experience it all in a virtual reality and 360-video livestream that immerses you in the crowd.
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Interview: Feeling the beat in YouVisit’s VR music videos

In the near future, you might join your favorite artist in virtual reality (VR) as they enter the stage, or perhaps experience what it feels like to have your favorite singer perform inches away from you.
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Image Credit to Chelsea Lauren. Image is a view of the audience as Adventure Club performs at the Coachella valley music and arts festival at The Empire Polo Club on April 20, 2014 in Indio, California.

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