Live concerts have taken a backseat to livestreams in 2020, and now a slate of companies and musicians are vying to see who can produce the best virtual concert. Stone Temple Pilots is bringing their own spin to the format with a pay-per-view event live on Nugs.tv. For the first time since it was newly released, the band's debut album 'Core' will be performed in its entirety from beginning to end live from Los Angeles, California.
Stone Temple Pilots Live in Los Angeles: When and where
The Stone Temple Pilots concert begins at 8 p.m. ET on Friday, July 31 via Nugs.tv. This special one-night-only event is only available to those who buy a ticket for $9.99. Once you have a ticket, you can download the Nugs.tv app on your Android or iOS device or watch on the Nugs.tv website. Apple TV, AirPlay, and Chromecast are options as well.
How to watch Stone Temple Pilots live stream
You'll need a ticket if you want to watch Stone Temple Pilots perform live on Nugs.tv. Luckily, there's no worry about the event selling out or whether you'll have a bad view, as Nugs.tv broadcasts the pay-per-view event in HD for a better look at the band than you could get if you were at the show yourself. Nugs.tv also has an All Access Pass membership which gives you access to audio from over 15,000 live shows and over 100 videos on demand.
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