Live Earth concert, Antarctica

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Live Earth
Genre Pop and rock music
Dates July 7, 2007
Location(s) Rothera Research Station, Antarctica
Years active 2007
Founded by Al Gore, Kevin Wall
Website
Live Earth US Site

The Live Earth concert in Antarctica was held at Rothera Research Station, one in a series of Live Earth concerts that took place on July 7, 2007, in all seven continents. The band Nunatak performed as the lone act. Nunatak's performances, though performed in front of only 17 people, were broadcast all over the world. It was the first rock concert ever performed in Antarctica.

Running order[edit]

  • Nunatak - "How Many People", "Would You Do It All Again" (AN 16:00)

Coverage[edit]

Television[edit]

In the U.S., NBC Universal's networks had exclusive television rights.

Satellite Radio[edit]

Live Earth was carried on all major satellite radio carriers in the US such as XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio.

Internet[edit]

All of Live Earth was broadcast online at liveearth.msn.com.

Recordings of Nunatak were made available on the British Antarctic Survey website and YouTube channel. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ - Watch The Performances On YouTube from British Antarctic Survey's YouTube Channel

External links[edit]