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Tom Grennan is going to perform a virtual show from O2 Academy Brixton

It'll be held in two weeks' time.
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Published: 10:34 am, September 14, 2020
Tom Grennan is going to perform a virtual show from O2 Academy Brixton

Tom Grennan is going to perform a virtual show from O2 Academy Brixton.

Teaming up with MelodyVR, the show will utilise "groundbreaking live stream VR technology," according to a press release, "the audience will be transported onto the state-of-the-art stage at the O2 Academy Brixton and experience the performance, choosing from multiple camera angles to make the show their own."

Tom adds: "Nothing can replace the thrill of live music, especially in a venue as iconic as O2 Academy Brixton. I have loved playing there in the past and I can’t wait to get on the stage again with MelodyVR and bring you a taste of the new album. I am putting together something really special for everyone at home who I’ve missed so much.”

The gig will take place on Friday 2nd October. Tom's debut album ‘Lighting Matches’ was released in 2018.

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