Hydeout: The Prelude is revolutionizing the virtual music realm this November.
The brand new platform is an exclusive digital space for music entertainment. Hydeout: The Prelude takes fans on a journey exploring each featured artist in a new light. In addition to live performances, the experience features 40 world-renowned artists who will share untold stories about their unique upbringings.
Hydeout: The Prelude enlisted various electronic artists across all different genres worldwide. The lineup includes acts such as NGHTMRE, Crankdat, Dubvision, Nervo, and more.
The goal is to adapt to the world’s current state and offer fans a virtual live music experience like no other. Additionally, Hydeout: The Prelude features games, chat rooms, and avatar customizations to bring fans together and create a community.
Performances take place on six stages in HydeCity and HydeIsland. HydeCity features urban vibes across the HydeAlley, The Arch, and Sanctum stages. HydeIsland offers tropical bliss sounds among the Aqua Sphere, Santum, and The Mirage stages.
Fans can purchase early bird season passes now until November 4 for $39.30. From November 5 and on, season passes are $49.90.
Season passes for Hydeout: The Prelude are on sale now.
Virtual Music Experience
With live on-person music on hold, many artists, festivals, and companies are working hard to create unique online experiences.
Undoubtedly, festivals struggled this year to provide a similar virtual experience. However, many are doing their best to create a unique experience.
Burning Man introduced “Virtual Black Rock City 2020” that still allowed fans to feel some sense of normalcy. Attendees entered “The Multiverse” where they created Black Rock City from the bottom up just like every year.
Many festivals, such as Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, created exclusive merchandise for the virtual version of the festival.
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While regular in-person programming is still in limbo, the music industry is constantly creating new ideas to make virtual performances special.