Doja Cat announces virtual reality concert

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Doja Cat has released the trailer for a virtual reality concert recorded in Detroit.

The Scarlet Tour, Doja Cat’s first arena tour, crossed North America in 2023. Each night, the singer and rapper performed a setlist spanning her entire discography in a five-part show that included a snake giant, a rotating stage, masterful choreography and much more. On January 20, the tour will move from stage to screen as Doja Cat will premiere The Scarlet Tour in VR via the Meta Quest platform.

The Scarlet Tour in virtual reality was captured in December during Doja Cat’s appearance at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

The trailer gives pride of place to Doja Cat’s hit “ Paint the Town Red ”, which appears on the list of songs for the concert, alongside the titles of ScarletAgora Hills “, ” Demons “, ” Ouchies “, ” Wet Vagina “, ” Fuck the Girls (FTG) “, ” Attention “, ” Balut “, and many others. The rapper also performed career-defining hits like “ Tia Tamera “, ” Ain’t Shit “, ” Need to Know “, ” Say So “, ” Kiss Me More “, ” Streets “, and many others.

THE Scarlet Tour in VR was produced and directed by The Diamond Bros in partnership with Meta, with filming aimed at giving viewers the perspective of a front-row experience. The free event will be available in Meta Horizons World for a few weeks after its premiere.

The Tour will resume in June, when the artist will cross Europe to perform in Glasgow, London, Paris, Amsterdam and Lisbon in particular. See you on June 21 at the Accor Arena for the French date.


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