No matter where you are in the world, you can catch OWL CITY: Live from London!  In a rare opportunity, fans of Owl City will get a chance to watch the band live when they play a sold out show at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London on May 9th.  The performance will be broadcast around the world via a live stream on OwlCityMusic.com and Facebook.com/OwlCity.  There will be a re-broadcast seven hours later to accommodate viewers in different locations.  Fans are encouraged to visit OwlCityMusic.com to check for local broadcast times and can RSVP for the stream!

For the uninitiated, over the past year Owl City has become an international phenomenon with the release of his major label debut album Ocean Eyes (certified platinum in the US!), first single “Fireflies” (#1 in 22 countries and triple platinum in the US) and several sold out headlining tours of the US, Europe, UK and Asia.  Adam Young started his career as Owl City in June of 2007 when he began making music in the basement of his parent’s house in Owatonna, Minnesota – a small town with roughly twenty-two thousand inhabitants.  Nearly three years later, thanks to more than 18 million profile views and more than 92 million plays on MySpace, this young man has become more than just an internet sensation.

Don’t miss out on your chance to join Owl City as they broadcast live from London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire and hear all of your favorite songs from Ocean Eyes including “Fireflies,” “Hello Seattle,” and “Umbrella Beach.”

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