VNUE Inc (OTCMKTS:VNUE) Stock In Focus After Recent News

Yesterday, VNUE Inc (OTCMKTS:VNUE) was in the news after it made a significant announcement and it is going to be interesting to see if the stock comes into focus this morning or not.

Trading Data     

On Thursday, VNUE stock rose 5.56% to $0.0038 with more than 4.23 million shares, compared to volume of 7.59 million shares. The stock moved within a range of $0.0034 – 0.0038 after opening trade at $0.0037.

Vnue’s Stageit To Livestream Rob Thomas Sold Out Benefit Concert For Sidewalk Angels Foundation

The company announced yesterday that it was going to be working with the Grammy Award winning superstar Rob Thomas again for the purpose of recording his 10th anniversary Borgota show. It is a show that is going to support Thomas and his wife Marisol’s Sidewalk Angels Foundation charity. The event is going to take place on January 15, 2023. However, that is not all. The show, which is already sold out, is also going to be streamed live on the StageIt platform that the company operates.

In light of its involvement with the event, VNUE would also offer limited edition CDs in double sets of the live performance. The CDs would be produced thanks to an exclusive partnership that the company put into place with the firm DiscLive. The CDs would be made available for online orders and would be shipped to the fans who place the orders.

Involvement with an event of this nature can often prove to be a big boost for VNUE and it remains to be seen how it impacts the stock today.

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“As a rescue owner myself, and with many dog lovers on staff at VNUE, we really enjoy working with Rob and Mari and this wonderful charity,” Zach Bair, CEO of VNUE and “instant music” pioneer DiscLive, said. “This year, we are excited to again be working with Rob, and to extend this opportunity by offering fans a chance to see the sold show via StageIt, as well as our limited-edition laminates which will allow fans to download the audio via our platform, and limited-edition double CD sets.”