Furality Luma Festival

Furality Luma Festival

February 17th-18th, 2023

Thank you to all of our attendees for making this event amazing!

Total Attendees: 11,808

Stay tuned to our announcements channel on the Furality Discord and Twitter for more information about Furality Sylva happening on June 2nd - 4th, 2023.

Furality Luma Festival Events

Furality Luma Festival is a 30-hour event in celebration of the VR furry community with performances, an Avatar Showcase, and nonstop meetups!


Come watch the exciting and festive performances put on by talented members of the VR community.

Avatar Showcase

Explore our avatar gallery showcasing the VR community’s latest and greatest work.


Hang out, get to know other attendees, and make new friends with the VR community together.

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Registration is now closed.

Stay tuned to our announcements for information about the next Furality convention!

Registration Has Been Closed

Before the festival starts, join the Furality Online Xperience Discord server to share avatars, meet fellow attendees, and keep up to date with the latest news!

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Common questions regarding Furality events

Do I need a VR headset?

While we definitely recommend VR for the best experience, no VR headset is required! All that is needed is a computer capable of running VRChat in desktop mode. For system requirements, please visit the Steam store page for VRChat.

What is the purpose of Furality?

Our mission is to provide a forum for attendees to gather to experience, learn, share, and celebrate anthropomorphic arts, including performing arts, such as improv and musical performances, as well as visual arts, such as cartoons, sketches, photography, 3D modeling, and digital design.

We also collect donations to the benefit of selected charitable organizations, typically but not exclusively ones associated with animal welfare and/or preservation.

How is this going to work?

Hosting a virtual event presents many challenges, especially on a platform such as VRChat. Furality Online Xperience utilizes a custom software solution to these challenges. Our convention web portal controls dynamic creation of world instances so we can handle thousands of attendees. Registered attendees can browse events and access our event instances via our web portal.

Can I attend using an Oculus Quest (without PC)?

If possible, attendees wishing to use an Oculus Quest to experience Furality are recommended to use an Oculus Link cable with a PC that meets the system requirements of VRChat for the best experience.

When using the Oculus Quest in standalone mode attendees will be able to access the main Furality worlds, but certain meetups or events may not take place in Quest compatible worlds.

Furality worlds are only tested using the Oculus Quest 2. Attendees should understand that VRChat on Oculus Quest is a different and limited experience compared to the PC version.

Do I need to register for the convention to attend?

Yes. There is a significant cost associated with running this event. Namely, in order to provide the functionality of FOX Portal and run an event at our scale, we are required to maintain a commercial agreement with our VR platform. In addition, we provide compensation to our artists for their hard work and have other significant operational and infrastructure costs.

The Furality Staff and Volunteer Team are not compensated, and all registration fees are collected by Furality, Inc., a nonprofit corporation.

Experience in VRChat

VRChat is a social platform that enables users to create and share virtual worlds, avatars, and fully-interactive experiences with other users around the world.

No VR Headset Required

You can experience Furality with a VR headset or in Desktop mode on your PC. All you need is a computer capable of running VRChat.

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VRChat is available on Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, SteamVR, and Viveport. The platform supports cross-play between Quest, PC Desktop and PC VR.

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