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The Little Gallery with Mr. Afterparty @ Tobacco Dock Virtual Day 1 (London, UK)

Livestream from the Little Gallery hosted by Mr. Afterparty with DJs Riva Starr, East end Dubs, Lily Rivers, Siggy Smalls, Miky J and Knowhat.

TDv was a great experience that has given us big emotions and insight into how exciting and fascinating the foreseeable future can be. Indeed something new for everyone; we are positive VR technology will develop further in the live event sector, connecting people far away, those who can’t travel or meet in presence. It made us laugh, and we truly had a good time. Something definitely to be repeated. 

Tobacco Dock Virtual is a pioneering project from electronic music promoters, LWE and leading virtual live events platform, Sansar, that sees the iconic London venue recreated in stunning detail.

Riva Starr

East End Dubs

Miky J B2B Knowhat

Lily Rivers

Siggy Smalls

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