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Who Needs a Glow Stick? Light Up a Concert With This New Free Mobile App

Just when you thought concert light shows couldn't get any better, they bring out the Light Me Up app. (Image: Pixabay CC0 Public Domain)
Just when you thought concert light shows couldn't get any better, they bring out the Light Me Up app. (Image: Pixabay CC0 Public Domain)

Forget the glow stick or holding a lighter and most likely burning your hand while at a concert. This revolutionary new app called Light Me Up will be the new way to light up a concert.

And it won’t just be your mobile flashing some color in whatever way, the app is actually synced in with the concert’s music and other people using the app, so it will enhance to concert even more.

How cool!! And if you want even better news, it’s free!

Google Play writes: “We are offering a new-level of concert experience by creating a light show involving the fans or audience. For the fans, this app will replace the boring-static-expensive glow-sticks or bracelets, and create a dynamic, colorful, and free light show. Both musician and fans team up to create a dramatic and spectacular event.”

Glow sticks and lighters will be a thing of the past at concerts once the Light Me Up app comes out globally. (Image: Flickr Jonathan Stonehouse.)

Glow sticks and lighters will be a thing of the past at concerts once the Light Me Up app comes out globally. (Image: Flickr Jonathan Stonehouse)

Tech In Asia reports: “The startup makes a configurator app for musicians and event organizers that’s separate from the Light Me Up app that concert goers use. That’s where the hard work is done, as the startup team helps create light effects that go along with the group’s music. So, once the gig starts, people in the audience open the app and, without doing anything, the customized light show begins. The more who use it, the more visually spectacular it’ll be.”

However, before you go searching for this cool new app, it’s just in the startup faze in Indonesia.

A few bands in Bandung, an area full of young people and known for its universities, have already used the app at concerts. But the developers are finding it tough to get people to use the app, even when it’s free. The developers do plan to go globally.

I think it’s a great idea, better than having a sore hand at the end of the night from lighting a lighter!

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