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Philly Jam Goes A Streamin’

02:01 PM Monday 7/2/12 | |

You just might snag the best seat in the house for the “largest free concert in America” when Philly Fourth Of July Jam unleashes its free, live stream on Independence Day.

Coming to you from the home of the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia, this year’s Jam will feature performances by The Roots, Daryl Hall, Queen Latifah, Common and Joe Jonas. The event is produced by Scott Mirkin Productions and Shawn Gee plus The Roots’ ?uestlove serving as music director.

More than 500,000 are expected to rock out at Benjamin Franklin Parkway July 4, but you can join the festivities by catching Philly Jam’s first-ever stream, coming to you via LiveStream.com.

“We decided to launch the live stream this year because we want everyone to have the opportunity to see how amazing Philly is on the 4th Of July,” ?uestlove said in a statement. “The Philly Fourth Of July Jam is an incredible music festival and it is time that the rest of the world gets to experience it. If you can’t make it to Philly, be sure to watch the show from the comfort of your own home.”

Click here for more information about the Philly Jam and click here to read Pollstar’s 2011 interview with Philly Jam producer Scott Mirkin.


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