Some people are lucky enough to get the free ticket if you resident in London, and you are allowed to bring gust, but no need to worry for those who don't. Because, Apple Music Festival tour concerts are streamed live and can be download from Apple Music or iTunes for free, and a short time after Apple Music Festival, there will be thousands of Apple Music Festival convert video on YouTube, and maybe you will be able to free download Apple Music Festival 2016 1080P full concert from YouTube with 5KPlayer.
You'll get to see your favorite performers performing a block of time, song after song, and show after show. Generally there are 2 or 3 performers perform each day and they are huge stars. And mostly you can download and stream the artist's performance on Apple Music Festival from YouTube, mainly around one hour or so.
If you don't know how to stream Apple Music Festival concert video on Apple TV, just download the free 5KPlayer. This Apple Music Festival concert streaming tool will help you to free download unlimited Apple Music Festival clips from YouTube and then stream Apple Music Festival 2016 to Apple TV for you to get a more immersive experience.
First of all, the Apple Music Festival will be streamed live on Apple Music, iTunes or even on Apple TV, but it's only free for a limited time. Plus, Apple Music Festival often starts at 8pm local time, so it's not gonna be convenient for people who don't live in/near the time zone as London. To avoid those late nights, and the commercial ads constantly pop up during the show. Downloading and streaming Apple Music Festival concert clips is recommend, and you get no worry about your poor internet.
5KPlayer, a free Apple Music Festival concert clip downloader which embodies both powerful online video downloading ability that downloads Apple Music Festival from YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc. and the smooth Apple Music Festival streaming from Mac/PC to Apple TV. Just need to free download 5KPlayer on your Mac or PC and then one click of the AirPlay button, the Apple Music Festival videos you downloaded from YouTube can be streamed to Apple TV smoothly without hiccups.
With 5KPlayer, you will be able to stream Apple Music Festival official video album, or stream fan-made your favorite artist's video, performers' backstage videos, etc.
How to stream Apple Music Festival concert to Apple TV with 5KPlayer.
Step 1: Open your Apple Music Festival video clip you've just downloaded with 5KPlayer.
Step 2 : Click "AirPlay" button on the up right corner. From appeared target devices, choose "Apple TV".
Note : You can also do step 2 first and then step 1. But do make sure your Apple TV and your computer are on the same network or else 5KPlayer won't be able to reach Apple TV as the target device.
Apple Music Festival is held by Apple, Inc. One may well say that Apple Music Festival, the huge music concert series can be a great benefit for Apple Music and iTunes users to payback their loyalty. Users who resident in London can win the free tickets through localized prize draws. Some are lucky enough to win this once-in-a-life experience. For those who don't live in London or not lucky enough to win the free tickets, the Apple Music Festival performances are also streamed live and available to view on Apple Music, iTunes and Apple TV after the festival has finished. In London, the Apple Music Festival has become an annual music festival which takes place in September at The Roundhouse art center in Camden Town since 2007.
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