How would you like to have an absolutely free, all-access, front-row seat to a different concert every single day...all year long? If that sounds too good to be true, Yahoo and Live Nation have very good news for live music lovers. They've teamed up to offer the brand-new Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen, and have just announced an all-star lineup of shows fans can stream wherever and whenever on their preferred platform (including iOS, Android, mobile Web, desktop, and Smart TV).
The live concert streams will kick off on July 15 with "A Very Special Evening with Dave Matthews Band" at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The show will feature the group delivering two sets, performing both electrically and acoustically, bringing all the excitement of a DMB summer show to the comfort of fans' homes.
Additional shows confirmed for the new channel include sets from Usher, Gavin DeGraw, Common, the Neighbourhood, MKTO, the Kooks, Airborne Toxic Event, Three Days Grace, the Fray, and many more; as well as special performances such as:
--Recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, KISS, streaming live from their 40th Anniversary Tour
--John Legend performing Marvin Gaye's classic album What's Going On in its entirety, with Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and the Los Angeles Philharmonic live from the Hollywood Bowl
--Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Kids performing their first ever concert in Reykjavik, Iceland
Music fans can get a sneak peek at the first 30 days of scheduled performances by checking here. Starting Monday, July 14, be sure to sign up for text, email, and calendar reminders for the concerts you most want to watch. You can even invite friends to join you for the show!