Marshmello and Kane Brown are preparing for the most unique Good Morning America performance to date. The concert, the final installment of Good Morning America Summer Concert Series will see the duo perform their collaboration “One Thing Right” which recently topped more than 100 million streams on Spotify.
For fans that can’t make the show in person, GMA is teaming up with MelodyVR to stage the stream the concert in virtual reality. Instead of the traditional TV concert. The official Good Morning America Twitter account shared details on what fans should expect from the show.
The view the stream, you’ll need a smartphone or iPad and the MelodyVR app, or a virtual reality headset. According to GMA, fans will be able to control their own experience, choosing between multiple points of view, including an onstage point-of-view with Marshmello and Kane Brown, from the front row or from the heart of the crowd.
The performance is in support of the duo’s country single “One Thing Right.” When asked about the performance, Kane Brown explained his excitement and what fans should expect.
In a statement obtained by Billboard:
“It is really cool to be a part of something like this that’s never been done before. I can’t wait to hit the stage with Marshmello to play our new song for the first time, and for fans at home to be able to experience this performance in a very whole new method.”
“Stoked that fans all over the world can experience our GMA performance live in virtual reality. I can’t wait for crowds in the park, on TV and at home in VR to come together for this and It’s gonna be sick!” They both scheduled to perform the single in VR on August 30th, 2019 during Good Morning America on ABC.