Into the Bebeverse with Bebe Rexha: Multi-platinum pop hitmaker Bebe Rexha is now at the level where she can play two nights at the not-exactly-small Wiltern, fully confident that her hoards of adoring fans will show up for her. She hasn’t been an overnight success, writing for Eminem and more before treading her own ground. But new album Bebe, her third, is a pop monster. Zolita opens.

Back in May, Rexha invited fans into her “Bebeverse” to celebrate the release of the new album.

“As you enter the Bebeverse, you become a Bebe avatar in a multi-player environment (mobile and desktop) with a bunch of other Bebe‘s,” reads the press release. “You will enter a 70’s roller disco lobby featuring an arcade, classic heart car, disco ball, and multi-colored party lights. The user will be prompted to plug in party lights and the space will be animated with neon lights, which sends them to the Disco Roller Rink. The roller rink will be filled with disco balls and neon lights. The user as their updated Bebe avatar will be able to play a mini game activated by putting on roller skates. Fans can enter to win prizes including signed copies of the new Bebe CD and the grand prize of a video message from Bebe.”
“Today’s activation is a follow-up to The Mothership, a virtual hotbox activation in the Bebeverse that Bebe launched on 4/20 alongside her single, “Satellite” with Snoop Dogg, which included an interactive game and preview of the new album using TerraZero’s Intraverse technology. Fans loved it so much that she created a second experience. In The Mothership (Bebe’s very own spaceship) fans were transported to a Jetsons-meets-weed-heaven that you can explore and by clicking on the various 70’s and weed themed icons (including Bebe’s own Dog named Bear).”

Into the Bebeverse with Bebe Rexha: The event takes place at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 30 and Saturday, July 1 at the Wiltern.



































































































































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