Fans of The Rolling Stones around the world will be able to watch the band’s Newark, New Jersey concert this Saturday on a pay-per-view basis on their TVs, laptops and iPads – although (again) it will not come cheap.
The gig will be available on the major pay-TV platforms in the US, as well as to a global audience who can view it on a range of connected devices, thanks to an agreement formed by pay-per-view specialist WWE with Dainty Group and Endemol.
Pay-per-view access on pay-TV in the US will be priced at US$ 39.99, with customers able to access the concert on-demand for 30 days after it finishes.
The gig will be priced at US$ 9.99 for the same access for those viewing on connected devices, with the stream delivered by New York City-based firm Neulion and hosted exclusively on Yahoo! Music after registration here.
The concert – called ‘One More Shot’ – marks the close of the Stones’ anniversary tour and will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark from 9pm EST on December 15th.