Web3 ticketing company YellowHeart is launching a metaverse music venue – a move it hopes will drive changes in how artists, teams and event organizers release tickets and engage with fans. Built on Spatial, the venue is set to host Grammy-nominated blues artist G.Love as its first performer later this year. Fans will be able to use multiple screens to see what is happening in different parts of the venue at once, talk with each other and take part in meet-and-greets before and after shows. In the future, they will also be able to purchase food and drinks ahead of the show that will also appear as digital objects. So far it's been the gaming giants that have really pulled people into the idea of an online concert. The most popular virtual events have been held on platforms like Fortnite and Roblox. In August 2021, Ariana Grande’s concert on Fortnite drew 78 million players. Decentraland will hold its second Metaverse Music Festival next month. Its line-up includes big names like Ozzy Osbourne and Soulja Boy, as well as over 100 artists. YellowHeart, which helped Kings of Leon release an NFT version of their latest album, said it hopes to achieve something more than just hosting an event. Founded in 2017, it has a grand mission to change the music ticketing industry at large, which has traditionally been dominated by exclusive ticketing partnerships and reselling giants. Often times, these partnerships can put restrictions on what buyers can and can't do with their tickets. Trying to resell a ticket for a concert you can't attend can be a nightmare.