Tributary concert for Shock G, host by VirtualCons

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From the app that brings you the convention life to your fingertips, VirtualCons invites fans everywhere to an in-person and virtual tribute concert on Friday, May 21st to honor the death of leader of hip-hop group Digital Underground Shock G. The rapper, producer and musician brought the world a new generation of dynamic hip-hop sounds through his work with Digital Underground, and introductions of future well-known talent, including Tupac Shakur. The event will take place at Skyline at Waterplace, owned and operated by Michael Mota, CEO of VirtualCons in the heart of Providence, Rhode Island. Fans interested in attending virtually can head to the VirtualCons app, where they will be live streaming the musical performances, giving audiences the ability to watch the full concert and tribute, which will be available the following day.

In time for the concert, VirtualCons will be launching a new membership program and live streaming this concert to their database of users on the app, where those interested will be able to get their VirtualCons membership for only $9.99. Those who take up this limited-time offer will be able to virtually tune-in to the tribute concert from the palm of their hands and watch it at the leisure of their own home. VirtualCons is also happy to announce its newest venue, Skyline at Waterplace. Musicians, comedians, artists and more will be able to showcase their talents at the heart of Providence, which is known as the Renaissance City on the Waterplace Basin. VirtualCons will be hosting several events per month and utilizing the waterways to create a once in a lifetime experience for all.

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