Those who were unable to get tickets to see one of McFly’s four gigs at the Royal Albert Hall will now be able to stream it online… for a small fee.
The concert will be available to all fans on a pay-by-view basis, allowing them to stream the concert from their home, whether they be fans in London who couldn’t get tickets, or those in America who couldn’t get to London.
They have created a microsite, which will be where the September 21st show will be streamed. However, not only will this site stream the concert, it will also have exclusive videos and pictures.
Seeing as this is their 10th Anniversary show, McFly wanted to be able to share this experience with all their fans who have been supporting them for the past ten years.
Bassist of the group, Dougie Poynter said in a YouTube announcement that the shows “really mean something to us.”
Tom Fletcher, lead singer of McFly, added: “The 10th anniversary concerts are extremely important to us. They mean a hell of a lot. It’s going to be the most amazing four shows that we’ve ever done in our whole lives.”
Fans can sign up at the site for a virtual ‘ticket’ to the concert on Monday 16th September, at 12pm BST/7am EDT. Each ticket will cost £10, which is a low price seeing as tickets to the concert itself cost anywhere between £30 and £50.
Will you be watching from the site, or will you be going to the concert?