Vinnie Paul of Pantera will broadcast his New Year’s Eve Party in Texas LIVE as he plays cover songs with his side project Gasoline and some special musician friends. The show will broadcast all evening on
New Year’s Eve leading up to midnight Central Time, and is sponsored by Affliction Clothing.
Show host and moderator and BIG VIN RECORDS promoter “Videobob” will be moving the show along and answering questions in the interactive chat room.
Tune in New Year’s Eve and check here for more info.
As seen in the New York Times, choreographer Miguel Gutierrez is organizing Freedom of Information 2008, a dance piece that consists of solos by participants in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Each solo will be performed on New Year’s Eve starting at 12:01 a.m., as a response to the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Watch the dancers here on Ustream—each state’s dancer has his/her own
channel. For a full list of channels, check it out.
Join the staff of KadyTV.com to welcome 2009 live at the Watermark on Main, a new restaurant in West Ventura County. The live coverage will begin at 10 p.m. Pacific Time.
Maria Sanchez, Ventura County drive-time talk show host, and Chuck Muncie, former NFL All Pro running back from the San Diego Chargers (and 1976 Heisman Trophy runner-up when he was a senior at Cal) will join restaurant owners and their guests in the Roof Garden at the Watermark on Main, the same restaurant that Kevin Costner, a Ventura city native, held his cast party for a movie last August.
Join in the Disney fun from the comfort of your living room! Broadcasts of Disney World’s fireworks will broadcast LIVE on Ustream until Jan. 4 from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Time. Check them out!
Join Jason Sadler from I Wear Your Shirt on New Year’s Day as he begins 365 days of wearing sponsored t-shirts. His first shirt is courtesy of Ustream, where he will live stream daily throughout 2009. Tune in at 3 p.m. Eastern Time on New Year’s Day to see how he’s celebrating the new year. Check out the website for more details.
Malcolm X College in Chicago will host one of the largest seven-day Kwanzaa observances in the world LIVE on New Years Day at noon Central Time. The observance features culture, music and dance. This is the first time the event will be broadcast live on the web.