Sabrina Carpenter is set to headline her own one-of-a-kind concert this July.

Though her Short ‘n’ Sweet Tour isn’t scheduled to begin until later this September, the rising pop star will be performing in her own virtual reality concert titled, “Sabrina Carpenter: A VR Concert”, presented by Meta Horizon Worlds. The exclusive event premieres this upcoming July 19 (Friday) at 5 p.m. PT, exclusively available only on Meta Horizon Worlds’ Music Valley. Fans may RSVP for the show here.

The 45-minute VR concert will feature Carpenter’s hit songs –– including “Espresso,” “Nonsense,” and “Feather.” Produced by Gunpowder & Sky, known for their Emmy-winning VR concert with The Notorious B.I.G., the event promises an engaging experience for fans.

Filmed in Los Angeles, the concert builds on the momentum from Carpenter’s fan-favorite Coachella performance held last April, with the teaser trailer revealing a unique baby blue motel set in 180 degrees. After the concert’s premiere on the platform, Meta Horizon Worlds will offer replays for a few weeks –– also kicking off a summer of new music, games, and challenges, accessible via Meta Quest 3 headsets.

Van Toffler, CEO of Gunpowder & Sky, expressed excitement about producing the event: “It’s truly a privilege to witness and produce Sabrina at the height of her powers, especially after her phenomenal performance at Coachella. Experiencing Sabrina in such an intimate setting offers a unique and unforgettable moment for her fans, highlighting her immense talent and charisma up close.”

Since the release of her 2022 album emails i can’t send, Carpenter’s career has been on an upward trajectory –– having opened for Taylor Swift during her 2023 stops, and recently achieved her first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for her latest single, “Please, Please, Please”. Her highly anticipated sixth studio album, Short ‘n Sweet, is expected to arrive on all digital and streaming platforms later this August 23, 2024, via Island Records.

As we anticipate Carpenter’s VR concert, listen to her chart-topping single “Please, Please, Please” below: