As Emery closes the book on their 10th Anniversary of The Weak’s End tour schedule, they want everyone to be a part of it. For $7.99, you can buy a “broadcast ticket,” which allows you access to watch the live stream.

Bossanova Ballroom hosts the only live broadcast of Emery’s “The Weak’s End” 10th Anniversary show. Emery will be playing their first record front-to-back with Devin Shelton for this one time event. This special and intimate show will be hosted by Matt & Toby, who will be performing songs, taking questions (#AskEmery), telling stories, and introducing the bands. Devin, will be joining Matt & Toby for some classic Emery tunes from their other albums as well. This broadcast will also feature Matt MacDonald (The Classic Crime) performing an interactive acoustic storyteller set.

Details:

Saturday, Jan. 25
10 p.m. CT / 8 p.m. PT

Their rules: “Watch on a computer, smartphone, tablet, or Apple TV; must be 45+ miles from venue to view broadcast; USD $7.99 Advance”

Get your tickets and watch the show over at Afton.tv.

h/t IVM

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