Watch Concerts Free Online

by on 11/11/2009 in Music

Just weeks after YouTube aired the free U2 concert, a new website called BillboardLive.com will show concerts for free online. Music lovers will now have an easier way to stay connected with their favorite artists.

The website allows a user to choose from five different camera angles to view the concert. You can focus on a single performer during the concert or watch it as if you were sitting front row center.

BillboardLive.com says its new concert-viewing Website offers visitors different perspectives on performances by Alicia Keys, Usher, David Archuleta, Daughtry and other artists yet to be announced.

Daughtry

The next free concert

Daughtry Live Online Concert
11/19/2009
8:00 PM CST
Fairfax, VA | Patriot Center

The site also allows visitors to use Twitter or Facebook during the Webcast without leaving the show. The application is also available on Apple’s iPhone. New concerts will be added through February.

Founder Michael Williams says the site is “reconnecting artists with their fans, for free.”

Very cool!

8 Responses to “Watch Concerts Free Online”

  1. BunnygotBlog

    Nov 11th, 2009

    This is cool. Bookmarked and sharing :)

    • Frank J

      Nov 12th, 2009

      Bunny,

      I think it’s really cool, and I hope some of the bands I enjoy will be included.

      • BunnygotBlog

        Nov 12th, 2009

        I love U2. We just have to check it out and see.

        • Frank J

          Nov 12th, 2009

          Bunny,

          They do rock!

  2. Thanks. This sounds great.

    • Frank J

      Nov 12th, 2009

      Jennifer,

      You are welcome!

  3. Mathdelane

    Nov 12th, 2009

    I was able to watch U2 last time and it was awesome. This move by YouTube has paved the way for free entertainment and the birth of BillboardLive.com and I’m sure we’ll be expecting more sites to come out soon. What kind of future are we seeing here? Concerts without audience at the venues?

    • Frank J

      Nov 13th, 2009

      Mathdelane,

      I believe YouTube inspired Billboard and I am sure there will be more followers. Good for all of us!