On Aug. 28, Alabama-based band St. Paul and the Broken Bones will deliver a livestreamed, crowdless show from the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville stage. The band was originally slated to perform a show in front of an audience on Aug. 27.

The livestream is pay-per-view, with fans able to “pay what they like” starting at 10 dollars. The show will air on FANS.

The event will be pro-shot with five cameras. According the show description on FANS, “this show will offer fans the chance to Be In the Stream and “in” the venue as we’ll project viewers from home on Brooklyn Bowl’s iconic screens. The audience may not be able to be there physically, but we’ll make sure to infuse Brooklyn Bowl Nashville with people grooving along from home.”

The show follows in the footsteps of Jason Isbell’s crowdless show at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, which took place in mid-May.

For more information and to purchase passes, click here or head to FANS.com.

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Posted by St. Paul and The Broken Bones on Thursday, August 13, 2020