Rebelution to release their first ever live album & DVD

Rebelution to release their first ever live album & DVD

Top Shelf Reggae is proud to announce that on October 28th, Rebelution will be releasing their first-ever live concert album along with a DVD titled Live At Red Rocks. Rebelution fans will now have the chance to relive those special moments at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado or experience it for the first time from their own home. It will be available as both a CD/DVD package and as a double LP. What makes this DVD even more unique is the fact that a few songs will have a virtual reality/360 degree view, which will give the illusion of actually being at the show. It is the ultimate music listening experience. A sneak preview from the band’s performance of their song “De-Stress” from a 360-degree perspective was released on Live For Live Music and can be viewed below. 

It is the ultimate music listening experience

This package is available now for pre-order on the band’s website. http://rebelutionmusic.com/site/store/ Ordering in advanced will come with audio tracks of “De-Stress” and “Safe and Sound” as well as the option of a limited edition t-shirt, an Oxblood colored vinyl version of the double LP, and the CD/DVD itself. 

Earlier this year Rebelution released their fifth studio album, Falling Into Place, that rocked iTunes by debuting in the Top 10 overall charts and ranked #32 in the Billboard Top 200 as well as #1 in Billboard’s Reggae chart. The boys just finished up their Falling Into Place Summer Tour that included performances by Through The Roots, Stick Figure, and J Boog alongside The Green. If you missed out on summer tour dates, the band is started up the second leg of the tour on October 26th with direct support from Hirie. Check out their website for upcoming tour dates and to pre-order Live At Red Rocks.

Watch Rebelution perform "De-Stress" in 360º virtual reality

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