Dua Lipa has announced a special online concert called “Studio 2054” that will be “a night of music, mayhem, performance, theater, dance and much more,” according to the announcement, “reality and fantasy exploding together to deliver a brand new multi-dimensional live experience.”
The show will be streamed starting on Friday, Nov. 27, via LiveNow.com, and is part of the American Express “Unstaged” series. Tickets are $11.999; the show will be broadcast globally in four separate, presumably geo-blocked streams.
Shot live in a massive warehouse location, “Studio 2054” will find the singer moving through “custom built sets; surreal tv shows, roller discos, ecstatic raves, trashy hang outs, voguing ballrooms and diva style dressing rooms,” the announcement continues, adding that she will be accompanied by a cast of musicians, dancers, skaters, aerialists and acrobats, as well as a “host of surprise superstar guests to deliver a euphoric blast of happiness and good times.”
The concert follows Billie Eilish’s “Where Do We Go? The Livestream” show last weekend, which was also a paid stream but upped the standard for such events, with powerful video graphics and strong virtual fan participation.
“Studio 2054” will be streamed via LiveNow from Friday, November 27 at different times across global territories:
Stream #1 – UK & Europe // 8:30pm London / 9:30pm Paris / 10:30 pm Moscow
Stream #2 – South America // 7:00pm Lima/ 8:00pm Manaus / 9:00pm Rio &
Stream #3 – Central & North America // 6:00pm LA / 8:00pm MX / 9:00pm New York
Stream #4 – Asia Pacific // 4:00pm Bangkok & Jakarta / 5:00pm Manila / 6:00pm Seoul / 8:00pm Sydney / 10:00pm Auckland
Standard tickets priced at $11.99 are available for a very limited time from Friday October 30th at 8:00am GMT onwards. Bundle tickets priced from $27.50 gets access to exclusive pre-show behind the scenes footage and an invite to the After Show Party with Dua in attendance and featuring guest DJs on the decks.