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MUZZ Launches VR Tour

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MUZZ, the artist formerly known as Muzzy, has announced his debut virtual reality tour in association with SlyFest. Taking place each Saturday across 8 weeks from 1st May 2021, this online event will feature performances across 8 different virtual venues, including MUZZ’s own bespoke ‘MUZZ Arena’.

With multiple nominations at the Drum & Bass Arena Awards, millions of streams on YouTube and Spotify, plus releases on trendsetting labels such as Monstercat, RAM records & Liquicity, it’s fair to say MUZZ has built an incredible following.


The lockdowns of the past year have seen a sharp increase in the amount of live stream events. That concept has now been developed even further into the VR realm, showcased recently by DJ Phantasy’s slick Phantasyland DJ set, and the epic Tobacco Dock Virtual festival.

Free To Attend

All these MUZZ tour events are free. To be part of the experience you will need a computer with VRchat installed. While having a virtual reality headset is not needed, it will definitely enhance the immersion. Find more information at the official MUZZ website.

Special Guests

MUZZ has invited artists such as Teddy Killerz, Justin Hawkes (formerly Flite), Mollie Collins, Feint & more to accompany him across the tour dates, with additional names still to be announced.

Who Are Sly Fest?

Sly Fest are a VR-based music festival that provides a one-of-a-kind experience by emulating real world events like ULTRA and EDC, but with a VR spin. Sly Fest aims to give you the visceral feeling of attending a real, physical festival, while taking things to the next level by utilizing the wild and surreal visuals afforded by the VR medium.


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