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Not attending Playlist Live? Don’t worry, you can enjoy it online
There’s still one way in to the sold-out festival.
Playlist Live, which is two days away from its annual winter festival in Orlando, will offer a “virtual experience” to those who are not able to attend in person.
The event, which runs from February 6 to 8, is already sold out for in-person attendees. Hence, the internet, where action from Playlist Live will stream for viewers for free.
Cameras at the event will capture what’s going on throughout the main stages and behind the scenes. Creator profiles will also appear on the Playlist Live Virtual Experience along with other extra footage for die-hard fans. Virtual viewers will be able to choose which camera they’re watching at will.
Major YouTube stars like Jenna Marbles, Tyler Oakley, GloZell, Mitchell Davis, and more will appear at this year’s Playlist Live. If you want to watch them from the comfort of your own home (or coffee shop or what have you), submit your email address here.
Screengrab via GloZell Green/YouTube