Wave, formerly known as TheWaveVR, is a platform for people who love music, enabling them to view, host, and socialize in shows world wide, anytime, anywhere.
Wave is the interstellar music festival of the future you can access at any time from anywhere. It empowers artists and music lovers alike by transforming the way people connect through music.
Wave was founded in 2016 by Arrigo and Adam Lemke. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with an office in Austin, Texas.
Wave is the creator of the world’s first multi-channel virtual entertainment platform for live concerts.
The new Wave harnesses cutting-edge broadcast technology that transforms artists into digital avatars in real-time, casting them onto a virtual stage built with stunning visuals and customized interactions that fit each artist’s unique style.
Wave's virtual concerts are called “Waves” and every Wave is live, interactive, social, and free to attend on the largest social and gaming platforms in the world. Take a look at some of our past and future Waves here.
Wave has worked with more than 20 artists and hosted more than 50 Waves, including successful artist collaborations with Kill the Noise, TOKiMONSTA, Imogen Heap, REZZ, Jean-Michel Jarre and electronic violinist, Lindsey Stirling whose recent Wave was attended by over 400,000 people from across the world on YouTube, Twitch and Lindsey’s own Facebook page.
Wave is backed by Upfront Ventures, Greycroft, RRE Ventures, Griffin Gaming Partners, NTT DoCoMo Ventures, Avex, Superfly Ventures, Convivialite Ventures and others. The company raised $30M in Series B round on June 10, 2020. This brings Wave's total funding to $42.5M to date.