An interesting new development for those of us missing live music and in need of our concert fix is available from FanTracks. The newly launched subscription live concert streaming service will give a World Premier to a show by 311 on August 15th, 2020, The HD/4K concert was filmed in February of 2020 during Mardi Gras weekend at The Fillmore in New Orleans. This was one of the last concerts to be recorded before health and safety precautions were put into place regarding live events. FanTracks is premiering this concert to all via their platform and DIRECTV on Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 9pm ET and can be streamed by fans for free with a first-month-free subscription, followed by $1.99 a month. This subscription unlocks a catalogue of shows ranging from classic to modern rock, as well as more features during the concert live streams. The press release follows with loads more details about 311 and FanTracks:
This Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 9 p.m. EST (6 p.m. PST), FanTracks will debut the world premiere of rock band 311’s Mardi Gras show in New Orleans, just a few weeks before Covid-19 shut down music performances around the world. The HD, 4K show can be viewed with a first-month free membership to FanTracks or on Direct TV (Channels 104 and 105).
Check out the trailer for the 311 Mardi Gras concert here.
FanTracks launched its one-of-a-kind, virtual concert experience to roaring success with a live performance by British rock band Bush on July 18. The show included unique features like a choose your own camera angle, multiple live channels, and virtual and augmented reality content as well.
Founder and CEO of FanTracks, Barry Summers, plans to continue the success by featuring 311’s dynamite performance at the Fillmore in New Orleans from February 20th. “I believe the 311 Mardi Gras show has already become an iconic event, given the circumstances of us filming it right before the pandemic hit. It was a fantastic show, and I can’t wait for the world to see it in 4K.”
The event will be hosted by longtime DJ and TV host Matt Pinfield, who will also follow up the concert with a virtual interview with band members Nick Hexum and P-Nut. Fans will also get exclusive deals on FanTracks and 311 merchandise during the show.
With high quality sonic sound, HD/4K video technology, and virtual and augmented reality features, FanTracks has quickly filled the online performance gap that the Covid-19 pandemic exposed. Online membership to FanTracks offers users one month free, and only $1.99 per month after that, giving access to a vast catalog of a variety of classic to modern rock shows — everything from Foreigner to Sheryl Crow — and the promise of a virtual barrage of exciting new shows over the next six months.
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