Music Festival coming to XBL

[quote]Radio giant Clear Channel is hosting its iHeartRadio Music Festival in a few days, bringing together acts as diverse as Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Steven Tyler, and Rascal Flatts. If you didn't score tickets to the live event, never fear. You'll be able to stream the entire event in HD from the comfort of your living room/basement/connected RV. That is, you'll be able to do so if you're an Xbox Live member.

“Since we announced the Festival in July, listener demand has been unprecedented, with fans across the country clamoring for a chance to be part of the biggest live concert in radio history, a show that sold out in just ten minutes,” said Bob Pittman, Chairman of Media and Entertainment Platforms for Clear Channel. “This partnership with Xbox 360 means that those who cannot be in Las Vegas in person will have the opportunity to experience the event as well through an HD video stream exclusively on Xbox Live.”

To check out the event on September 23 and 24, Xbox Live users just need to sign into their account and then access the HD stream that will appear on the dashboard free of charge.

Here are the announced acts that you'll be able to see online (subject to change).

Alicia Keys
Bruno Mars
Carrie Underwood
David Guetta
Jane's Addiction
Jeff Beck
Jennifer Lopez
Kelly Clarkson
Kenny Chesney
Lady Gaga
Nicki Minaj
Rascal Flatts
Steven Tyler
Sublime with Rome
The Black Eyed Peas


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If it were deathmetal I might actually give a crap =)

could be fun. Is it free?

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could be fun. Is it free?

[/quote]Yes.  It said so in the OP.

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[quote user="x24hrs2livex"]

could be fun. Is it free?

[/quote]Yes.  It said so in the OP.



Heh, next time Ill read more than the first 2 paragraphs



I got excited until I saw the artists.

I tried to watch it on friday, which didn't even show.. Just a blank screen, same as today and it's 9:46pm right now eastern time.

What a terrible lineup. You couldn't pay me to watch that.

The concept is pretty cool, but the artists aren't really to my taste. Still, it is very cool that Microsoft allowed it to be available on Xbox LIVE. For those who like the artist line-up I'm sure it'll be great.

What the hell is Janes Addiction doing in that list? It's like that seasame street skit where one of these things doesn't belong.