It's becoming pretty clear that more often than not, festivals and concerts are going to be live streamed for everyone to watch at home. And it's doubtful that this move will do anything to hurt ticket sales because, come on, I think we all know that physically being at a show is far superior to watching it on a computer monitor or TV screen. Anyway, the latest event to hop on the streaming bandwagon is the Exit Festival, which today features performances from Petrol, Interpol, and M.I.A. Their sets begin at 3:15 p.m., 4:15, and 6 EST, respectively, so those of you at work should have enough time to get home before guzzling down a few to Maya's set.
You can also catch the festival's dance arena here.
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