Thursday, December 29, 2011

Cheap Trick announce New Year’s Eve live webcast

Cheap Trick are rockin’ into 2012 and fans can join them via a live pay-per-view webcast.

For this spectacular New Year's Eve production, the band will perform their “Dream Police” album in its entirety, as well all the classic hits from their extensive catalog, at the Jannus Live courtyard in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The lavish production includes an 18-piece orchestra, an ensemble of backup singers, and a dazzling lights-and-effects display.

The show is being offered live on December 31 at 10:00 PM EST from Jannus Live here.

The state-of-the-art production will be captured in multi-camera High Definition with a Broadcast Quality Audio Mix to ensure the best live experience.

The PPV is $9.99 - more details can be found here.

Purchase of this landmark program includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary of the days leading up to the big show and the ability to re-live this performance for 30 days afterward.

Register now for your chance to win signed Cheap Trick memorabilia including a guitar autographed by lead singer Robin Zander.

You can watch on iPhone, iPad and Andriod Mobile devices by going to and click on Watch Our Live Stream

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