How many different versions of “Auld Lang Syne” will you get to hear this New Year’s Eve? Thanks to SiriusXM, many!
The satellite radio service has announced that they’ll be airing live concerts from various artists and D.J.s on Dec. 31. Some of the bolder-faced names among the list are the likes of Willie Nelson (who’ll be playing in Austin), the Lumineers (Denver), Gregg Allman (New Orleans), Widespread Panic (Charlotte), the Avett Brothers (Greensboro, NC), Afrojack (New York) and more.
The shows will be broadcast across various SiriusXM networks for over 24 hours, as well as a new station called “New Year’s Nation.” The station goes live on Monday, Dec. 31 at 3:00 pm ET and will stay alive through Tuesday, Jan. 1 at 6:00 pm ET.
You can look below to see the full lineup so far, and be sure to check out the SiriusXM site for more information on station details and scheduling.
Willie Nelson in Austin, TX; Gregg Allman in New Orleans, LA; Widespread Panic in Charlotte, NC; The Lumineers in Denver, CO; Southside Johnny in Red Bank, NJ; Little Feat in Washington, DC; Afrojack, R3hab, Quintino, Arty and more spin in New York; Armin van Buuren in New York; Avicii in Las Vegas; Dada Life, Deniz Koyu, Bassjackers and more in Brooklyn, NY; and Eric Prydz from Surrender in Las Vegas; Alanis Morissette, Gavin DeGraw, Grace Potter, and Paloma Faith in Napa, CA; and The Avett Brothers in Greensboro, NC.
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