How to Find Events in Sinespace

Between dealing with the backlash I got from reporting on the Sansar layoffs, preparing and delivering my presentation for the Educators in VR conference, and that pesky coronavirus, I have not been writing as many sponsored blogposts about Sinespace as I wanted to this month. Please accept my apologies! I promise that I will be back at work on it in March!

This is my final weekend off before I head back to my paying job, so I decided to spend some quality time in Sinespace.

To find out what is going on in Sinespace, just open up your client software, click on the Community button in the blue row of buttons along the bottom, then click on the Events tab in the window that pops up:

Please note that all events are automatically listed in your local time, so there’s no need to convert between time zones!

(There’s also a handy page on the Sinespace website listing all upcoming events, which unfortunately does not do time conversions for you.)

Today there are three music events back-to-back:

1. Music with DJ Rosa (at the Catacombs)

Saturday February 29, 2020 21:00 UTC (3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST)
Join DJ Rosa in Guitarahalla live for Latin and classic rock. Have fun dancing and maybe win some gold! To visit this event click on “Explore” and search for Catacombs.

The dark and cozy Catacombs with DJ Rosa
The Catacombs (picture taken by DJ Rosa)

2. Music at 381 Club

Saturday February 29, 2020 23:00 UTC (5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. CST)
Join DJ Yer Playing awesome 80’s, 90’s and the best of the rest. Silver giveaways every 30 minutes during the event! To visit this event click on “Explore” and search for 381 Club.

3. Jay and (Nearly) Silent Les DJ Show

Sunday March 01, 2020 01:00 UTC (7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. CST)
Jay & (Nearly Silent) Les Show at Ziggies’ Nightclub. Dance to a variety of music, from 60’s retro to modern vibes. To visit this event click on “Explore” and search for Ziggies.

So, if you’re looking for a little virtual company, perhaps you want to check out Sinespace for yourself, why not come join us? If you need a little help getting started, here are some step-by-step instructions.


This blogpost is sponsored by Sinespace, and was written in my new role as an embedded reporter for this virtual world (more details here).

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Sinespace is Hosting a Welcome, Orientation and Avatar Makeover Party on Sunday, February 9th—Come and Receive a Free Month of Premium Membership Worth 600 Gold!

The Assembly

If you’ve been curious about Sinespace, the new Unity-based virtual world, there’s an event this weekend that might interest you!

Tomorrow, Sunday, February 9th, at noon Pacific Time/3:00 p.m. Eastern time, there will be a party to welcome new users and creators! Sinespace staff will be providing orientations and assisting with avatar makeovers at this event, which will take place in The Assembly region (just click on the Explore button in your Sinespace client, and do a keyword search for “Assembly” to find it):

As an incentive, all attendees will receive a promotional code to redeem for one month of Premium subscription to Sinespace! Premium membership offers the following benefits:

  • Your home region size (and yes, everyone gets one for free) increases from 128 MB to 512 MB
  • The maximum number of concurrent users in your region increases from 10 to 25 (great for parties!)
  • You receive 150 Gold, Sinespace’s in-world currency, per week (worth a total of 600 Gold over the four weeks of your free Premium membership!)
  • You get priority support
  • You can create events for free (basic members are charged 10 Gold per event)

For the best experience, Sinespace recommends you download and install the latest preview version of their client, 2019.1b49-beta, from here: https://preview.sine.space/download/. The Sinespace client is already available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux users, with mobile (Android and iOS) and console versions coming soon!

Here are all the details from Sinespace’s event calendar. See you there!


This blogpost is sponsored by Sinespace, and was written in my new role as an embedded reporter for this virtual world (more details here).