iHeartRadio Music Festival: Live stream, TV info for Adam Lambert, Queen, and other artistsSeptember 20, 2013 0 comments
Starting today in Las Vegas, the iHeartRadio Music Festival has become a bit of an annual tradition, and a showcase of some of the biggest stars. Sometimes, it can be a little frustrating because you want every artist to have a lengthy set, but this is still some great publicity since there are actually multiple opportunities to watch it.
Specifically today (starting at 7:00 p.m. Pacific time), some of the acts lined up to perform include Katy Perry, Elton John, Keith Urban, fun., and an artist that some of our TV-conscious viewers know well in “American Idol” alum / future “Glee” star Adam Lambert, who will be performing with Queen. Want to know how to watch? This is what this article is all about!
If you visit the link here at 7:00 (adjust accordingly to your time zone), you can select the portal that best suits you. For Adam fans specifically, he is going to on at around midnight per his Twitter. That means that some of you better have an energy drink or two stocked up if you are on the East Coast, especially since it’s always possible that the show will be running late (this is, after all, a musical festival).
Of course, there is another alternative in that The CW is yet again going to broadcast the concert, starting a week from Monday at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time. while this is great for people who don’t have the capability of staying up all night, the downside is that you’re at the mercy of the editors. Of course, another option is trying to find a good YouTube video, but there will of course be a sacrifice made in quality.
If you want to read some more news on Adam while you wait, just be sure to visit the link here. We’re also going to have some more official details soon on his “Glee” role, so stay tuned. (We’ve heard so much conflicting information about that as of late that we’ve opted not to post anything as of yet, save for what Chris Colfer said about him being a “nemesis” to Kurt.)
Photo: The CW