GLOBAL LIVE, a new streaming initiative strategically partnered with Vimeo, is deepening the connection between artists and fans, through use of professionally produced and promoted live virtual global events. Beginning October 31, it will host an international line-up of top music artists including Timmy Trumpet (Australia), Jeff Martin (Canada) and SB19 (The Philippines), with many more ticketed livestreams on the way. Register and find out more information here: https://global.live/.
The service presents the best seats in the house—literally–offering fans the chance to watch their favorite artists in the comfort of their own home, while featuring premium sound and vision. Events can be virtually attended from anywhere via smart TV, tablet, computer or smartphone. Differing from other live-streaming experiences, every event is a truly live and exclusive experience. Each show is streamed live from the event location, with no pre-recording or editing like other platforms. Replays, skipping or rewinding is not possible, further establishing the exclusive nature of the show. Ticketholders also gain access to exciting add-ons such as virtual meet & greets, artist green room hangouts and one-off merchandise as part of the service.
GLOBAL LIVE is opening strong with a line-up of top-tier artists to begin their run of live shows. Timmy Trumpet’s FREAKSHOW will be the first live concert hosted by the exclusive streaming service on October 31. A world renown Australian DJ and instrumentalist, Timmy Trumpet is one of the most prolific electronic artists on the planet. His first ever livestream earlier this year clocked over 7 Million views worldwide, becoming one of the most watched EDM performances in 2020. This event is a show not to be missed.
TIMMY TRUMPET – OCTOBER 31
Jeff Martin, lead singer of the Canadian rock band The Tea Party, is the next show in line with his live event being held on November 14,live from Byron Bay. Compared to greats such as Led Zeppelin and Jim Morrison, Jeff has amassed legions of fans from across the globe with his live shows that “move the audience like no other.” Jeff presents a rare personal and intimate acoustic performance of his greatest songs for his fans, showcasing fan favorites and deep cuts from his extensive catalogue.
JEFF MARTIN – NOVEMBER 14
Filipino-Pop stars SB19 are lined up to perform live from Manila November 21 and are set to thrill their audience who have steadily been growing internationally throughout 2020. The popular boy band from the Philippines are the first P-Pop band to be managed by a Korean K-Pop management and entertainment company. The boys are all-around performers who can sing, write their own songs, and dance, creating their own choreography. The ‘SB’ in SB19 stands for ‘sound break’ referring to them breaking into the Filipino music market, and the ’19’ is the mathematical difference between the two IDD area codes: Korea (82) and the Philippines (63). The boys have been gaining recognition online for their amazing dance and vocal skills, garnering popularity by the day.
SB19 – NOVEMBER 21
With a straightforward user experience, fans purchase a ticket via the GLOBAL LIVE platform and then receive an eTicket via email with unique event access credentials. GLOBAL LIVE produces all events using their international network of leading broadcast and music industry professionals and stream the event live via the GLOBAL LIVE platform.
To ensure a familiar and robust concert purchasing and viewing experience, GLOBAL LIVE has partnered Vimeo/Livestream who, for the last 15 years pioneered the concert livestreaming sector and have hosted artists such as Lady Gaga and the Foo Fighters with their live shows; and Contentful, a feature-rich content management platform ensuring stable delivery for big name clients such as Nike, WeWork, Spotify, Staples, Glossier and many more.
In addition to offering the equivalent of front row tickets to a show, GLOBAL LIVE will be working with artists on making a difference, partnering on a range of programs that see a portion of special event revenues donated back to the global music industry. This will include MusicCares (USA), HELP (UK) and Support Act (ANZ), as well as contributions to the World Health Organization COVID-19 Response Fund (Global).