Family Force 5 to stream full concert live from The Rave tomorrow, May 13 at 9:00pm Central Time.  Stream will include band interview and full set where Family Force 5 will be playing brand new tracks from their upcoming late summer CD release.  The stream is $2.99 if purchased in advance, and $3.99 if purchased day of show. Visit to be a part of this exclusive event. has been broadcasting live concerts from The Rave/Eagles Club since 2009, including acts like Shinedown, Hinder, Insane Clown Posse, Rusted Root, Alesana, Fear Factory, Hot Hot Heat, Benni Benassi, Underoath, and many more. “There are fans all over the world that often don’t get their favorite band to come to their city,” says Tommy Wilde, project manager for The Rave Live. “It’s great to have an outlet to bring the live concert to those fans, as well as fans who may have already seen the concert in their city and want to re-live the experience again.”

“Thanks to The Rave, all of our fans in the cities we didn’t get to hit on this tour will be able to be a part of it. One day when we can magically transfer from city to city without travel we can hit everyone in the world up on each tour, but until then, it’s great that we can reach fans via the internet and they can be a part of this epic tour!” – Derek Mount “Chap Stique”

Band recently released limited edition EP titled ‘lll’ only available on the Tourantula tour & their online store

Later this summer see the band on Van’s Warped Tour 11 from July 20 – August 14.


5/12 – House Of Blues – Chicago, IL

5/13 – The Rave – Milwaukee, WI

5/14 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN

5/15 – Beaumont Club, Kansas City, MO or


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