Bob Moses has announced that they will be broadcasting a special livestream from Los Angeles’s Griffith Observatory. The livestream will air on March 22 at 9 PM ET. The duo will be partnering with both Cercle Music and Discover Los Angeles to bring an amazing livestream experience to viewers around the world. Cercle Music is a livestream media company that has dominated the livestream industry throughout the pandemic. The company has produced livestreams in some of the most exotic and diverse locations around the world including Disclosure’s Plitvice Lakes livestream in Croatia and ZHU’s Hakuba Iwatake live stream in Nagano, Japan. Now, the media company will be producing Bob Moses’s upcoming livestream event at the Griffith Observatory.
The stream will be a sequel to Bob Moses’ last performance from an abandoned radio tower outside of Los Angeles which accumulated nearly 500,000 total views on YouTube. The duo initially started atop the radio tower but as night started to approach, the group worked their way down the tower, performing multiple sets both as a band and as a two-piece setup. The duo looks to continue their success and innovation of their previous livestream by announcing their new virtual event at Griffith Observatory.
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