With the summer a few weeks away, tons of your favorite artists are gearing up for their summer concerts and tours. You may think that it would cost an arm and a leg to catch a glimpse of your favorite artist performing on stage, but thanks to Big Live, that’s no longer the case.
Big Live, which launches this June, is a synergistic social media network which fuses Facebook with online streaming video to give everyone everywhere an opportunity to enjoy a concert with your friends worldwide. Now you can find people who share the same taste in music with you worldwide, making you feel like you’re part of a crowd.
The logic behind the stellar site is that if you’re watching Jay-Z rock out at Madison Square Garden, you might be inspired to bond with a fellow viewer over one of his greatest hits. But Big Live’s chat function isn’t only intended to foster friendships — it’s also designed to keep users engaged. Chatting with friends that are viewing the same concert keeps them from leaving the site.
Big Live may be the new big thing to hit the Internet because now there’s a place to hang out when you’re on the Internet. You can meet up with your friends online to watch the same thing live, and finally talk about it in real time. In the future, Big Live is hoping to expand to fashion shows to news events. Needless to say, it’s going to be a Big Live summer.
Check out Big Live here.