AJR Announces Upcoming Live and Interactive Virtual Concert

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Indie pop band AJR announced they will soon be holding a live virtual concert for their fans.

Known for their recent hit “Bang,” AJR, will soon be hosting a magical, all-virtual concert for their fans.

As we all know many concerts this year have been canceled or postponed due to COVID-19. AJR, known for their elaborate and mesmerizing performances, was not going to let this stop them from producing another fantastic concert in 2020.

AJR announced the concert on November 19 via social media, and tickets went on sale Monday, November 23. But do not worry, there are still some tickets left.

Fans can purchase one of two tickets, general admission tickets which are $25, which will give a cinematic view as well as access to virtual clap, stomp, and cheer buttons. Fans can choose to buy a director’s ticket, which is the more expensive of the two, pricing at $45. While also supplying fans with interactive buttons and a cinematic view, the director’s ticket has the option to view the concert from wherever they like, access to “Gary-cam,” which is live reactions from the ARJ brothers father, Gary, as well as a 45-minute post-show Q and A from the band themselves.

The band will be holding their concert for one night only on Saturday, December 26. The event has officially been named “AJR’s One Spectacular Night.” The concert will an immersive, completely virtual experience.

Fans will also be able to buy special “One Special Night” merchandise, such as posters, program playbills, and t-shirts.

Tickets are still available, so do not miss out on this special opportunity to be apart of the virtual AJR concert coming up on Saturday, December 26.