It's up you if you want to spend the night of the Fourth in front of a computer, but if you do, The Philly Fourth of July Jam just announced that the show will be streaming live for the first time ever via www.livestream.com starting at 6 p.m. Mountain time.
The live stream will showcase all of the performances from The Roots, Daryl Hall, Queen Latifah, Common (appearing in Utah later this summer), Joe Jonas and will include exclusive behind-the-scenes content, including interviews with all of the artists.
Fans can watch the concert and additional backstage footage for FREE by logging onto www.livestream.com.
The fest is billed as the "Largest Free Concert in America."
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