Detroit entrepreneur designs platform to livestream concerts

Do you remember concerts and live events? Yeah, they seem like a distant memory to us too. So with concerts canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, two local entrepreneurs have come up with what they hope is the next best thing.

“We were actually working on a major music festival for later on this summer. We were going to bring the first of its kind — like a Rolling Loud/Cochella feel to Downtown Detroit,” said JT Maples with Stream Ticket TV.

Those were just some of the creative ideas JT Maples and his wife Randi Rossario Maples said they were bringing to the Detroit music scene, but those plans are currently on hold, because of the Coronavirus crisis, “Obviously with everything that happened in the past 2 months, the festival in itself, looking like maybe a 2021 thing,” JT Maples said.

But the Maples said they’re now bringing music entertainment to the city. Both JT and Randi said they’re partnering with different artists. Recently, Detroit Rapper Sada Baby grabbed the mic and Detroit Rapper Kash Doll will hit the stage on Friday.

“We wanted to bring not only the opportunity for them to make money but also entertainment, in a different kind of way, but in an unique way to everyone who can watch at home, on their smart devices, smart TVs,” said Randi Rossario Maples.

And you can get a front row seat, from the comfort of your own home, all for a low price.

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