Beyonce Tribute Concert

I like the tribute band concerts in Second Life. They bring you the some great concert soundtracks and couple them with more and more elaborate, and delightful inworld stage setups. The members of these tribute bands obviously put a great deal of effort into making their avatars representations of the real life characters, and then throw in the atmosphere of a great venue — voila, magic! And that’s how it was last thing when Tak too me to see the Beyonce concert at the Pillars of Hercules.

First of all, let me try to get all the names right for this amazing all girl band. Naturally, there was Beyonce portrayed by Selene Jashan — great job girlfriend! The we have Divinity Walker Roxx portrayed by Mercy Razor, and Kelly Roland portrayed by Vicky Jenkins. The band was just huge with Blaze Akimi, Pnthrpaw Chevalier, Kimberly Fenstalker, Mystery Edenbaum on drums, Mightymouse Chevalier, Sienna Harris and other other girl I missed her name (sorry). This was a visual-musical event and if you don’t know Beyonce’s music, take a chance and download a few songs, she’s amazing.

Tak & I watched as the stage floor opened and Beyonce walked out!
And there she was, Beyonce herself (well, Selene Jashan portraying her)
The girl band filled the stage and the action was non-stop.
The show was a spectacle with amazing music, excellent stage engineering and fantastic effects. And there really wasn’t much lag when considering.
Here’s Tak & me, lit up in the overcast of stage lighting.

This was the beginning of the evening of an already great day that Tak & I has spent. These inworld concerts are very immersive and after the show I was feeling happy and frisky, but there was one more event to attend and that would make this one of the best nights I’ve ever spent in Second Life.

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About Yordie

I'm an avatar in Second Life where I star as the heroine of a virtual fantasy life. In the real world, I'm writing my debut sci-fi novel.
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