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Emeli Sandé to livestream first UK concert in support of 'Long Live The Angels' exclusively via TIDAL
Following the release of her long awaited second studio album, Long Live The Angels, TIDAL will exclusively livestream Emeli Sandé’s first U.K. concert in support of the release of her album on Tuesday 15th November at 9:00 PM GMT. The livestream will be available for replay as well, so fans worldwide can tune in at their convenience.
TIDAL members can watch “TIDAL X Emeli Sandé from London” live at TIDAL.com/EmeliSande and will find it available on replay thereafter.
Non-members can view a 1-minute preview of the performance and sign up for a complimentary trial HERE.
TIDAL’s commitment to connecting fans with their favourite musicians has spanned dozens of livestreams, thousands of ticket giveaways, and an extensive array of exclusive content – including: TIDAL X 1015, a star studded benefit concert; TIDAL X livestreams from Chance the Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, Alicia Keys, Lauryn Hill, Bon Jovi and more; exclusive albums such as Beyoncé’s LEMONADE, Rihanna’s ANTI and Usher’s Hard II Love; unique content including Nick Jonas’ Last Year Was Complicated documentary series, Rick Ross’ album annotations and more!
Björk performs "Quicksand" at world's first 'VR and 360 live stream' in a performance from Tokyo today at Midday GMT
Today at 12.00 (GMT) / 20.00 (UTC+9), Björk will be performing 'Quicksand', from her current album 'Vulnicura' live in the world's first 360-degree Virtual Reality live stream from Mirakan (the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation), Tokyo. The performance can be watched at http://dentsulab.tokyo/events/20160628/
This public filming / streaming is a collaborative work between Björk and production team Dentsu Lab Tokyo, and is part of the Björk Digital exhibition that opens at the Miraikan Museum Tokyo tomorrow.
For the performance Björk will be wearing a special 'Rottlace' mask, designed by Professor Neri Oxman of MIT Media Lab and the Mediated Matter Group which was created with Stratasys' 3D printing technology.
Again to watch this highly-anticipated performance, click the link below:-
Live Streaming ：http://dentsulab.tokyo/events/20160628/
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