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Jack Harlow partners with Meta to produce virtual reality concert

Imagine Harlow in your living room performing live next to that plant you forgot to water.

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Louisville rapper Jack Harlow will make his debut on Meta, the parent company of Facebook + Instagram, next month.

Jack Harlow is flying “First Class” into the world of virtual reality. The Grammy-nominated rapper, alongside Range Media Production and Media.Monks, partnered with Meta to produce a virtual reality (VR) concert + documentary, the first of its kind in the Metaverse.

“Jack Harlow No Place Home: A VR Concert” will give fans an immersive front row seat to relive his sold out Rupp Arena show (and leather ‘fit) on Sunday, Dec. 3, which was the final stop on his three-weekend home state tour.

The VR concert will premiere on Thursday, Jan. 4 at 8 p.m. EST in Meta Horizon Worlds, a free VR platform, as part of its Music Valley Concert Series. To get into the show, you’ll need a Meta Quest VR headset, which will cost you anywhere from $250 to $1,000. So far, 4,000+ people have registered to attend.

In addition to the concert, the experience will also combine a doc-style behind-the-scenes look at Harlow’s third annual “No Place Like Home” tour across Kentucky. Viewers will visit stops on the six-city tour in Owensboro, Pikeville, Covington, Murray, Bowling Green, and Lexington, giving them insight into Harlow’s home state.

And for those who like to do things the old- fashioned way, Harlow’s next in-person concert is in Houston, TX on Saturday, Jan. 6.

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