ZBB broadcasts Fenway shows live on PPV
Thursday, August 11, 2016
– Don't have tickets for Zac Brown Band's sold-out, two-night stand at Boston's Fenway Park?
No problem then as long as you want to catch the show online.
nugs.tv will broadcast the shows live as pay per view webcasts and in the nugs.net app for AppleTV.
ZBB will present a different set each night with no song repeated over the course of the two nights. Fans can watch the shows live or on demand for 48 hours following the live performances.
"It's a thrill to go live from Fenway Park, and we know Zac Brown Band's fans are going to love this. We're excited to bring the nugs.tv webcast experience to a new audience next weekend as well as to fans who aren't able to attend the shows," said nugs.net Founder and CEO Brad Serling.
Zac Brown Band broke a record in 2015 as the first band to sell out a three-night run at Fenway Park. They have sold out seven shows at Fenway Park in total.
Founded in 1997 as a fan site for downloading live music, nugs.net has shown recordings of Metallica, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Phish, Red Hot Chili Peppers and other artists of every concert they play through nugs.net.
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