Following the release of their newest album Up All Night, Cincinnati based indie pop band, Moonbeau is set to perform a live stream concert from The Woodward Theater on December 4th at 8pm. In partnership with BeatStream, a startup streaming platform, the band will offer a high-quality virtual experience with multiple cameras, synchronized lights, thoughtful stage design, and a lot of positive energy.
While stay-at-home guidelines are in effect due to a surge in COVID19 cases in Ohio, many people will be looking for entertainment that can lift their spirits from the comforts of their living room. Moonbeau hopes their concert will give people something to look forward to.
“If you’re tuning in to our live stream, you can expect to get the ‘front row’ experience where dancing is not only allowed but encouraged! Our goal is to bring our fans together from across the world for one night and just have fun with it.” says Moonbeau frontman, Christian Gough.
BeatStream’s platform is a creative space for bands to be able to engage with their fans, and for fans to have exclusive access to music performances in an interactive setting unlike any other. The streaming platform is a no cost service to artists with turn-key production options available.
“We are trying to provide an avenue for venues to keep working, bands to keep playing shows, and generally adding some small relief to the industry.” says Aaren Neely, owner of BeatStream.
Standard tickets are available now for $8 presale and $10 on the day of show. VIP tickets are available for $20 presale and include extended stream replay, live concert audio digital download, and a giant cut out of your head displayed on the balcony. The event is online only, no in-person admission is available and physical tickets won’t be distributed. Get your tickets now at: https://beatstream.live/schedule/moonbeau.