Watch A Dal 2017 with a VR Headset!

The Hungarian national broadcaster MTVA is organizing a meeting in Budapest, where everyone interested can watch the performances from A Dal 2017 with a Playstation VR headset.

MTVA has been filming the performances in the three heats of A Dal in 360 degrees as well, and these videos can be seen on Youtube. All of these videos can be watched with a VR Headset, which will give you the impression that you have joined some of the artists on stage, or that you are sitting in the audience. Also, MTVA is organizing a meeting this coming Saturday in one of Budapest’s most popular shopping centers, Árkád, where all fans will be able to watch the performances with a PlayStation VR headset. This event will start at 10am and will last all the way until 19:00.

Having the VR headset on, you will be able to look around the whole studio and see what happens, and you will have the impression that you are either standing on stage, or that you are seated somewhere in the audience. Special guests from the first semi final of A Dal 2017 will be present at this meeting on Saturday, namely Gigi Radics, Joci Pápai, and Spoon 21, so all the fans will also get a chance to meet these three acts.

The two semi finals of A Dal 2017 are taking place this weekend – the first semi final will be held on Friday, and the second semi final on Saturday, both shows starting at 19:30 CET. If you haven’t done so yet, you can still vote in our polls, and let us know which four songs from each semi final you would like to see qualifying for the Grand Final of A Dal 2017:

Vote here for Semi Final 1:

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Vote here for Semi Final 2:

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You can check out all the performances of the semi finalists in this playlist here in 360 degrees, with your VR headset:

Also, you can still take part in our quiz and be in a chance to win a very unique copy of this year’s A Dal CD. Click here to find out how to enter.

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  1. Freja Svensson says

    Wow, this is so cool! Well done Hungary, other countries should do the same!

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