Moving Concert is an ethical streaming platform that comes as close as possible to the real concert feeling. We do not collect user data.
Minimal requirements are implemented: live stream with breakout room for friends and the audience view for the artist, advertising options for third parties.
MOVING CONCERT is a streaming platform that gives fans the feeling of being at a real concert. You as a musician see the audience in front of you, all of whom want to see your music in exchange for a paid ticket. Almost like being at a real concert. Fans can see their friends via video hangout and talk to each other. At MOVING CONCERT, audience members can mute each other if someone can't stop talking. There are beer promotions and a merch store. Almost like a real concert.
Let's make online streaming better, more transparent, more ethical and almost like a real concert.
We want to give artists the opportunity to quickly and easily distribute their concerts around the world. At the same time, they should be able to get in touch with their fans. At the concert they see their fans. After the concert there is the possibility for artists and fans to meet in a private video call.
Artists need support during and after the Covid-19 pandemic, because their income is almost completely missing right now. MOVING CONCERT gives them the opportunity to see their fans during the performance. Almost like if they were on stage. – Fans want to go to real concerts again. But as long as this is not possible, they have the possibility to watch a concert together with friends, to buy merchandise or to meet their favorite artist with a VIP ticket online. – MOVING CONCERT pays attention to data protection, does not collect any data of the users and preserves the anonymity of the user, if he wishes so.
If the funding is successful, we will start with the digital implementation, spread our mission and in the second step try to develop the platform further through ongoing revenue.
Sabrina, designer from Basel and Jana, marekting specialist from Hamburg.