Boiler Room are in the process of building the world's first virtual reality venue, designed specifically to give its worldwide audience a fully fledged VR experience.
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The popular website is well known for live-streaming parties across the globe, featuring the world's foremost underground DJs and live acts. Bringing their widely-watched parties into 2017, they are now partnering with leading 360 and VR company Inception to create the first "built for VR" venue, bringing a fully immersive virtual reality party experience to music aficionados around the world.

“Most of Boiler Room's audience is made up of global online users who tune in to watch music events they can’t attend in person,” Boiler Room founder Blaise Bellville stated in a press release.

“We’ve always been driven by using technology to showcase the music we care about in the most authentic way we can. Building the first ever music venue born for VR is a big evolution of that, creating immersive online experiences that bring people even closer to what it’s like being at a sweaty rave or an amazing concert half-way across the world."

The VR venue will be located in London and available for use in 2017.