- Decentraland kicks off its Metaverse Music Festival despite bearish market sentiment.
- The metaverse-focused project partnered with the Kraken crypto exchange to host the festival.
- The average number of unique active Decentraland wallets still fails to impress.
Who doesn’t like a music festival? Different artists from across the globe, good food and drinks, all come together to make the perfect ambiance. A holiday away from home during warm weather with friends and loved ones.
But what if the festival tickets are way too expensive? Or sold out? Or even worse, the festival was canceled due to restrictions. What then?
Here’s another suggestion that one might consider avoiding such circumstances. All you need is to be present from the comfort of your couch.
Imagine being able to see 200+ artists from around the world, including Björk, Ozzy Ozborne, Motörhead, Soulja Boy, Atarashii Gakko!, Dillon Francis, Breland, Izzy Bizu, Vladimir Cauchemar, and many more on 15+ unique stages for free.
This is now a possibility with the Decentraland Metaverse Music Festival #DCLMVMF22, a four-day celebration of music, innovation, culture, and creativity.
Decentraland Music : Virtual Meets Reality
Decentraland, launched in 2020, is a virtual social world. It is powered by the Ethereum blockchain and claims to be the first decentralized metaverse. This virtual reality platform is hosting the music festival from Nov. 10 to 13.
Decentraland is partnering up with the Kraken crypto exchange to host the Metaverse Music Festival. All events and activities are listed on the dedicated festival event page.
Several other brands, including Limewire and Ozzy Osbourne’s music festival Ozzfest, are sponsoring specific stages and creating their own branded experiences. The list also includes top DJs like Gramatik, Yokoo, Arapu, and Plastik Funk.
Ozzfest will include VIP viewing access and free wearable merchandise exclusively for Osbourne’s NFT CryptoBatz holders. The NFT holders will be able to “take a potion,” transform into a bat, and fly to a private balcony to watch the shows from a much closer viewpoint. This is in addition to free, exclusive wearables.