Roblox players were cordially invited to partake in a special event during the month of September, 2021. The event was sponsored by none other than the American pop-rock duo known as Twenty One Pilots, who announced the event via their Twitter account.
Needless to say, Roblox players – and Twenty One Pilots fans – were pretty stoked for this special event that took place in the Metaverse. There was a pre-show that was broadcast, followed by the concert itself.
So, when was the 21 Pilots Roblox concert time? What was the event that led up to the concert? For how long was all of this kept public? Just how special was the concert?
When was the 21 Pilots Roblox Concert Time?
The 21 Pilots Roblox concert time was set for September 17, 2021. It ended on September 20, 2021.
The scavenger hunt
The Metaverse event that preceded the concert itself started with a scavenger hunt, which went from September 8, 2021, and it lasted until September 19, 2021.
The Metaverse event
After the scavenger hunt ended, the second part of the event took place. This platform-wide metaverse event lasted from September 10, 2021, right through to September 19, 2021.
Twenty One Pilots played a total of five songs during the concert. This setlist went as follows:
- “Stressed Out”
- “Car Radio”
- “The Outside”
Quite naturally, some prizes were involved in this big event. Prizes that were given out during this event included:
- Twenty One Pilots flag
- Red Blurryface Beanie
- Yellow Bandito bandana
- Car Radio Ski Mask
The Grand Prize
For entering the concert experience with all the prizes listed above, you would have been given a grand prize – an Icy Sai.
There were also avatar shop items made available during this time.
How long did the event stay public?
The event game stayed up for ten days following the conclusion. The sponsored games’ quests were available days afterward before they were finally removed by the game developers.
How special was the concert?
If you are a Twenty One Pilots fan, this Roblox event was quite fun. However, it didn’t happen without controversy as Ultimate Driving: Westover Islands (one of the games) was quite long and with some laggy graphics. What’s more, Star Creators were banned from livestreaming the event due to copyright issues. Still, other than that, it was an enjoyable event that offered some good payoff for playing and watching.