Rolling Stones' famous Havana concert will be aired in Hull for an 'immersive' experience few will forget

Featured Rolling Stones' famous Havana concert will be aired in Hull for an 'immersive' experience few will forget

It was a concert so huge that it prompted a film to be made capturing the spectacular event.  

On March 25, 2016, The Rolling Stones performed for the first time in Cuba at a free outdoor concert that was attended by more than 500,000 fans.

The Havana concert was a spectacle half a million people were able to behold, and now those in Hull can listen to the music themselves and see the band in action as the film is shown at the City Hall.

Havana Moon is an immersive music experience that not only shows the legendary concert, but also gives audiences that chance to see the streets of Havana.

The film will be touring the length and breadth of the UK, and is stopping off at Hull City Hall on October 19.

A spokesman for the tour said: “The Rolling Stones - Havana Moon is a truly unique and unforgettable immersive music experience from the world’s greatest rock and roll band.

"Transporting the audience to the streets of Havana, Cuba, fans of the Rolling Stones will be brought up close and personal to the band's iconic performance.

“Every sense will be stimulated during this immersive event. Spectacular set design and production will deliver a kaleidoscope of colour.

“Electrifying light and supersize ultra HD video projection will bring you up-close and personal with The Stones on stage.

“State-of-the-art rock concert sound systems, that utilise the best audio technology available, will deliver a sonic, pulsating sound experience against a backdrop of Cuban culture, including performers and dancers.

“Rebel Vision are innovating the way audiences engage with music. This radical, new immersive concert screening concept will enable audiences to experience legendary and iconic concerts as if they were in the audience.”

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