Jack Harlow Announces Immersive ‘No Place Like Home’ VR Concert
Jack Harlow, Range Media Productions and Media Monks are producing an immersive VR concert and behind-the-scenes VR documentary called Jack Harlow No Place Like Home: A VR Concert. The show takes a behind-the-curtain look at his record-breaking, sold-out third annual No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour in his home state, leading up to the finale concert in Lexington. Tune-in exclusively in Meta’s Horizon Worlds with a Meta Quest VR headset.
Jack Harlow No Place Like Home: A VR Concert will premiere in VR on Thursday, 4 January at 5 p.m. PT exclusively in Meta Horizon Worlds’ Music Valley. Attendees can RSVP for the event, while replays will be available until 25 January in Meta Horizon Worlds after the concert. The concert will feature songs from his No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour, including his UK-chart-topping Lovin On Me, Denver, First Class and many more.
Earlier this month, Harlow’s third annual No Place Like Home: The Kentucky Tour officially wrapped with an amazing show in Lexington’s Rupp Arena where he performed for over 13,000 fans. Harlow made history with his first of its kind six city tour breaking the highest gross sales and highest single event attendance at the Owensboro Sportscenter in Owensboro, Kentucky; highest gross record at Appalachian Wireless Arena in Pikeville, KY; highest grossing Hip-Hop concert at Truist Arena in Highland Heights, KY; highest gross record at CFSB Center in Murray, KY; and fastest selling show with most tickets ever sold in a single day and highest attendance record at E.A. Diddle Arena in Bowling Green, KY.
The hometown tour continues to grow exponentially each year, with funds supporting The Jack Harlow Foundation’s efforts for Neighborhood House, Louisville Ballet, Sowing Seeds with Faith, Aqueer Kentucky, Adelante, Centro Latino, Russell: A Place of Promise, and Sponsor 4 Success. The Hometown Hero created The Jack Harlow Foundation in 2023 to reinvest, uplift, and support organizations in his hometown of Louisville to make it a better place to live. This year alone, the Jack Harlow Foundation has raised over $500K in funds and product donations.