Minecraft is set to host a music festival with over 300 artists. The coronavirus outbreak has allowed for companies to get perfectly creative in their offerings to customers. Minecraft has announced that it is hosting a music festival which will see over 300 artists performing across 3 different stages.
Electric Blockaloo is a music festival hosted entirely within Minecraft, boasting over 300 artists across more than 30 stages. Like any festival, you’ll need to buy tickets to attend, but the money supports so many artists whose careers and incomes were put on hold when the coronavirus pandemic closed doors on music venues.
Diplo, Above & Beyond and A-Trak are just some of the many artists that is set to take stage in the game.
“Electric Blockaloo is a place where artists and fans can come together, create shared musical experiences, and reconnect with each other in an immersive way. It’s also much more environmentally friendly than traditional festivals, and a portion of each ticket will help support Bye Bye Plastic, an amazing organization that aims to eliminate single-use plastic from music festivals by 2025,” said event founder Jackie McGuire.
Rave Family’s first virtual event takes place from June 25 to 28 and is open to anyone with a copy of Minecraft on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, or VR.