We’re just two days away from Lollapalooza and if you can’t make it to this fantastic festival – don’t worry, Red Bull TV has you covered.
The hype around Lollapalooza is gathering some serious momentum and the festival have just announced details about their live broadcast schedule as well. Fans around the globe can tune in to see the best performances from Lollapalooza’s eight stages starting July 31. The Lollapalooza Livestream will broadcast the best performances, artist interviews and key moments from backstage and throughout the weekend–exclusively on Red Bull TV. Artists set to appear during the three-day Livestream include heavy metal gods Metallica returning to the Lollapalooza stage for the first time in almost two decades; and Florence + the Machine who will perform for the first time since their 2013 appearance.
The live stream line-up will see some of the most scintillating names in music such as Alabama Shakes, Of Monsters & Men, Kaskade, TV on the Radio, G-Eazy, Gary Clark Jr., Chet Faker, RL Grime and DJ Snake and the schedule for the same will be revealed tomorrow, July 30.
The Lollapalooza Livestream boasts special features including 3 channels to choose from. Channel 1 offers a fully curated experience hosted by Sal Masekela, Ted Stryker and Julie Garcia featuring headliner performances, exclusive artist interviews, behind-the-scenes access, fan segments and fun festival highlights. Channels 2 and 3 are purely about the music – offering viewers a front row seat to back-to-back showcases from must-see artists. All you have to do is log on to the streaming link or access the Red Bull TV app on Android, iOS and Windows phone; through Apple TV and Samsung TV’s Red Bull channels; and as a free downloadable app on Amazon Fire TV, Kindle Fire, Nexus Player, Roku Players, Roku TV models, and Xbox 360. The Red Bull TV stream will also be carried live on the festival’s website.
Like we said, Red Bull has it all covered. Stay tuned to the Sherp for a blow-by-blow account of this fascinating American festival.
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